You Love Coffee. And National Parks. Guess What We’ve Got for You?
Drive coffee’s newest collections pays tribute to some of America’s greatest assets—our national parks.
Whoever said you “can’t have your cake and eat it too” needs to have a sit-down with Drive coffee.
The company just unveiled its newest creation, the National Parks Collection, bringing together carefully sourced ingredients and the taste of adventure.
The collection comes in two editions and features a range of our favorite national parks. The first edition, Launch, is highlighted by the big three national parks—Zion, Yosemite, and Yellowstone—with each blend curated to highlight the history and aura of the associated park. The second edition takes its inspiration from Grand Teton, Olympic, and Acadia national parks.
The Zion Blend pays tribute to the recognizable red rocks of the southern Utah park by using a blend of washed coffees from Tanzania, Kenya, and Burundi, a nod to another region renowned for its red clay. The blend has notes of raspberry, citrus, marshmallow, and toffee.
The Yosemite brew takes its notes from one of nature’s forefathers, John Muir. It features a single origin washed Ethiopian blend with notes of ginger, chocolate, and orange citrus. Its light blend is also suitable as an espresso.
The last blend in the collection is the Yellowstone, a Nicaraguan coffee concoction synthesized with hints of brown sugar and blackberries that honors Theodore Roosevelt, whose namesake arch marks Yellowstone’s North entrance. Roosevelt also knew a thing or two about Central America as an instrumental figure in the construction of the Panama Canal.