The Perfect Pour Over
What is pour-over coffee, anyway? It involves hand-pouring hot water into a carafe or mug through a filter full of coffee grounds. The goal is for the flow of water to extract fragrances and oils from the coffee, accentuating subtler flavors. So how do you achieve that goal?Read more
Holiday Coffee Recipes
Cadena is ringing in the holidays in the best way possible. You guessed it – flavored lattes! Easy to make and even easier to drink, each of our recipes pairs...Read more
Coffee Around the World, Part 2
In Part 1 of this series, we explored four different types of coffee from around the world. Today, we're taking you on a virtual journey to four new locales with...Read more
How is Coffee Roasted?
Previously, we've talked about how coffee is grown, harvested, and processed. We've reached the final step before we send delicious coffee to your door: roasting. History of Roasting Coffee roasting...Read more
How is Coffee Processed?
After coffee is grown and harvested, it needs to be processed. The main goals of processing are to: Sort the suitable crops from the unsuitable Separate the coffee cherries’ outer layers from the...Read more
Coffee Around the World
Here at Cadena, we're currently brewing Americanos with a splash of half & half. However, there are many other ways to prepare coffee from around the world. We'll be highlighting a...Read more
How Coffee Gets To Your Cup
We at Cadena take care of the supply chain operations so you can just sip and enjoy your coffee. But what goes on behind the scenes to get you your...Read more