Drift is a new print magazine devoted to coffee culture. Each issue takes us to a different city across the globe, as our writers and photographers dive into what makes a city's coffee scene tick. Our inaugural issue brings us from Brooklyn to the Bronx, as we sidle up to streetcarts, participate in Ethiopian coffee ceremonies, learn about the legacy of the Latin lunch counter, and wink at Australian baristas serving up single-origin beans. Volume 1 is about New York past and present, a city as diverse as the coffee it offers.
USD 24.00 — Released 1 July 2016
This issue contains stories about Stockholm, its coffee, and the people who drink it. For our fourth issue, we hear from dozens of locals, shop owners, roasters, patrons, entrepreneurs, writers, and photographers about what it’s like to drink coffee in Stockholm. The Swedish capital’s residents drink coffee as if it’s water, and foster a fierce dedication to fika whether they’re at the office or snuggling near a fire in the dead of winter. Yet, specialty coffee is a harder-than-expect sell in the coffee-guzzling city: Swedes have always had high-quality coffee—for cheap—and expect it to stay that way.