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Easy guide to select your favorite Cafenated coffee

Easy guide to select your favorite Cafenated coffee
We offer different types of coffee beans for different tastes.  To make choosing your coffee easier, we decided to create an easy guide to help you pick your favorite coffee beans.

Yelp Event at Cafenated Coffee Company

Yelp Event at Cafenated Coffee Company
On Sunday, August 18, Elite Yelpers were invited to an event at Cafenated coffee company and cafe located in North Berkeley.

Pop up kitchen @ Cafenated Coffee House July 26 & 27

Pop up kitchen @ Cafenated Coffee House July 26 & 27
Cafenated Coffee Co. announces a partnership with chef Hanif Sadr and Komaaj Kitchen at our newly opened coffee house in Berkeley.

Modbar Espresso Machine at Cafenated Coffee House

Modbar Espresso Machine at Cafenated Coffee House
Modbar Espresso Machine - Showcasing Cafenated single origin coffee beans.

Now Open! Cafenated Coffee House in Berkeley California

Now Open!  Cafenated Coffee House in Berkeley California

Cafenated Coffee House is now open!
2085 Vine Street Berkeley California

Cafenated Coffee House Coming Spring of 2019!

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Coming Spring 2019

Introducing Cafenated Ground Coffee

Introducing Cafenated Ground Coffee
Cafenated Ground Coffee is ready to brew, just add water!

Cafenated is all Single Origin!

Cafenated is all Single Origin!
Here in Cafenated Coffee Co., we only offer Single Origin coffee beans!  This makes us different from most of the coffee roasters.  Even places like Blue Bottles and Philz Coffee offer mostly blend coffee beans. So what is Single Origin coffee and why it is better?  The single origin coffee offer is mainly driven by the demand of consumers for high quality coffees to be enjoyed in their purest form. It profiles coffee farmer’s cultivation method, harvest, coffee processing techniques; it tells you the coffee origin story. The majority of the blended coffees in the market are targeted towards the mainstream milk coffee consumer, so roasters tend to focus on the caramelized and roast notes in cup character. These are amplified more towards the darker roast degree, or commonly, second crack in the roast process and beyond. The combination of these flavor notes are more favorable to the majority of milk based coffee consumers in the market.

Just Arrived Coffee beans from Rwanda!

Just Arrived Coffee beans from Rwanda!
New African coffee beans from Rwanda, Try it before it's gone!

New Cafenated coffee beans from Colombia

New Cafenated coffee beans from Colombia
Just Arrived - Excellent Colombian Coffee Beans

Cafenated Trip to Guatemala

A Coffee farm with an awesome view!

Cafenated Visited Women Coffee Farmers in Guatemala 

HOW TO GRIND AND STORE YOUR COFFEE BEANS AT HOME

HOW TO GRIND AND STORE YOUR COFFEE BEANS AT HOME

HOW TO GRIND AND STORE YOUR COFFEE BEANS AT HOME

As you probably already know, making coffee can be as simple as pushing a button on an automatic spot or as complicated as a full-on science experiment.

But one thing’s for sure: If you want to make one simple change that will result in a much more flavorful drink, try grinding your coffee beans at home right before you brew them.