• Drift | Issue 13 Berlin
  • Drift | Issue 13 Berlin
  • Drift | Issue 13 Berlin
  • Drift | Issue 13 Berlin

Drift | Issue 13 Berlin

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Drift is a magazine devoted to coffee culture. It's about coffee, the people who drink it, and the cities they inhabit. Each issue highlights a different city.

In this issue:

  • A Dutchman, bored of his career in advertising, moves to Berlin, opens one of city’s longest-running roasters and earns the nickname the “Probat whisperer.”
  • Enjoying kaffeklatch—coffee chat—at three Berlin cafes, where you can indulge your sweet tooth along with an afternoon pick-me-up.
    In Neukölln, coffee shops are finding their way to sustainability and zero waste.
  • A march through history, from the days of the Prussian empire through the Cold War, and into the modern-day cafes in the old tenement blocks of a city divided.
  • Once a gathering place for German Jews, coffee shops have, once again, become an important home for Berlin’s Jewish culture.
  • Remembering an airfield that saved Berliners in the winter of 1948. Can it be relevant again today?
  • And more…

USA; 216 x 280mm; 155 pages; Biannual; 2023; Carbon-neutral printing

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