Start Your Day With Drive Coffee’s National Parks Collection

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Drive Coffee, a Fairtrade Certified coffee company carrying everything from canned cold brew to roasted beans, makes a stellar National Parks Collection highlighting coffee flavors from all around the world.

The first collection comes with three different batches each unique to a specific park: Zion, Yellowstone, and Yosemite. Each park comes in its own reusable steel reproduction oil can featuring its own unique illustrations. We did some testing ourselves to give you a breakdown of each batch.

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For Zion, the full beans are chosen from a blend of washed coffees from Tanzania, Kenya, and Burundi. The African red clay the beans are grown in creates notes of raspberry, citrus, marshmallow, and toffee. We see Zion as a bright cup fit for all hours of the day.

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Yellowstone is inspired by the natural process Nicaraguan coffee goes through in its harvesting to emit a smooth brown sugar and blackberry taste. You’ll find it to be a hearty cup, an excellent choice for those mornings when you need a quick jolt of caffeine.

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Yosemite comes from a single-origin-washed Ethiopian coffee. Light floral notes mixed with hints of ginger, chocolate, and orange citrus stand out emitting a taste similar to a great cup of espresso.

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Drive Coffee is also committed to supporting The National Parks Foundation by donating a portion of profits from this collection to the organization. You can find The National Parks Collection – Launch Edition on Huckberry right now.

John is the Style & Gear Editor for BroBible. You can contact him on Twitter @johnthompsoniv or via email John@brobible.com




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