Berkeley CA Coffee House Hand Roasted Beans & Seasonal Pastries Shop Opened

A new coffee house opening has been announced by Cafenated, available on: 800-388-4049. They offer their customers hand roasted coffee direct from farmer to cup.

Berkeley, United States - May 18, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Cafenated have announced the opening of their new coffee shop. The coffee experts are opening their flagship coffee house in Berkeley, California.

For more information please visit the site here: https://cafenated.co

Cafenated describe themselves as a farm-to-cup coffee roasting company that sources their green beans from women’s coffee farm cooperatives in Central America, South America and Africa. Their coffee is high quality and roasted by hand in small batches.

They have recently opened their flagship coffee house in Berkeley, CA and explain that it will serve as a hub for the community as well as being a place to showcase their delicious, hand roasted coffee drinks prepared using the best espresso machines in the business.

Cafenated are also planning to introduce Cafenated Tea for the first time at their new coffee shop. They will be offering a variety of blends, focusing on a varied flavour pallet. They will also stock varied caffeine levels for those who enjoy their hot beverages without the caffeine.

The coffee house will have a seasonal menu featuring pastries, unique dishes and Cafenated merchandise products that represent their values and company mission of helping female coffee farmers.

The company explains that they cut out the middleman and supply their coffee directly from the cooperative to the customer. This helps to ensure that underrepresented, underpaid and under appreciated women within the global coffee supply chain receive a fair deal. They will receive more profits from their farming and can earn a living.

Cafenated aim to make it easy for their customers to purchase coffee that they can feel good about. They invite their customers to join their community and help to invest in the female farmers alongside them.

Those wishing to find out more about Cafenated and their new coffee house opening can visit the website on the link provided above. Alternatively, They can also be contacted on: 800-388-4049.

Contact Info:
Name: Mahsa Arabani
Organization: Cafenated.co
Address: 2085 Vine St., Berkeley, CA 94709, United States
Phone: +1-800-388-4049
Website: https://www.cafenated.co/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 514314

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