volunteering

How Palate Helps You Keep Your New Year Resolutions

How Palate Helps You Keep Your New Year Resolutions

New Year resolutions aren’t easy to keep. Don’t worry. Palate Coffee Brewery’s got your back. When you volunteer at Palate, you’re sure to stay faithful to your top goals.

The 3 Traits of a Stellar Palate Barista

The 3 Traits of a Stellar Palate Barista

Palate Coffee Brewery needs its volunteer baristas like it needs its apple-spiced chai frappé ingredients for apple-spiced chai lattés (which taste great by the way). But being a volunteer barista is more than submitting a form and getting to sample our house coffee.

When Your Mission Field is a Coffeeshop

When Your Mission Field is a Coffeeshop

Native American reservations. The jungles of Guyana. Safe houses for victims of human-trafficking. These are a few of the many sites where Carl and Tina Kadolph, the owners of Palate Coffee Brewery, minister to those in need.

A Day in the Life of a Palate Barista

A Day in the Life of a Palate Barista

7:00 a.m. Roll out of bed. Sneakers and jeans today. A full day at Palate is my workout of the week.

7:15 a.m. Long-board through Sanford. I can feel the town still sleeping. Storefront windows are dark. Air-conditioning crackling them awake.

7:30 a.m. Open up Palate. The smell of brisket wafts across the street from Fuel BBQ.

7:45 a.m. Early-morning customers linger outside. One of them helps me unfold the side-lot tables. Talk about eager beavers.

7 Things I Love About Volunteering for Palate Coffee Brewery

7 Things I Love About Volunteering for Palate Coffee Brewery

Did you know all the profits go to fight human trafficking? Palate Coffee Brewery is part of Tina and Carl Kadolph’s anti-trafficking nonprofit Love Missions. They raise awareness in the community and take yearly trips to Guyana to build safe houses for girls rescued out of the sex trade. Pretty cool, huh?