|Good Coffee first opened in 2014 in two Portland locations - this one following just months after the mothership. It's a small, bright space with tall windows on two sides of the corner shop. There's rough wood-paneled floors, corner seating at metal chairs and wood slat café tables, and a mix of small inner tables with odd choices for uncomfortable, impractical chairs. There's a large central rack of coffee and coffee accessory sales, and the place seems to have a clientele heavy on spandex yoga pants due to a nearby gym. They're dedicated as a multi-roaster café - serving Madcap, Roseline, Coava, and Heart at the time of our visit. They offer cortados and mochas, but no pour-over coffee: just batch-brewed and espresso drinks. Using a three-group La Marzocco Linea PB Classic, they pulled shots of Madcap Ethiopian Yirgacheffe (no blends available) that came with a pale blonde, relatively thin crema. It had a complex aroma and a classic single origin shot narrow flavor profile, but it surprisingly wasn't a brightness bomb. There was some balance in the narrower profile as three quite flavorful sips: vanilla, butter, and some turpeny elements that stretched into cedar. It was a pleasant surprise in that the shot defied my usual heuristics for what makes a great espresso, still delivering an interesting and flavorful shot anyway. And to his credit, the barista made at least 4 sink shots before dialing in the shot he served me. Served in notNeutral white cups.