Drift Magazine is “about coffee, the people who drink it, and the cities they inhabit” (per Drift). Each issue explores a specific city and is full of gorgeous photography and all topics coffee. It’s ad-free and printed at Vancouver’s own Award-Winning Hemlock Printers. Volume 13 takes us to Berlin, which is a bustling coffee zone. Part coffee-guide, part observation of coffee culture, Drift is a great amuse-bouche to your Holiday Travels or a way to vicariously have a cup of coffee in cities around the world.
Drift Volume 13 explores the kiezkultur—the neighborhood culture—of Berlin. The German capital has become a magnet for young creatives from all over the world, making it one of the most vibrant metropolises of Europe. Welcomed by local Berliners, this multinational cast made its home in every corner of the city, bringing to these neighborhoods unique perspectives and new purposes, as well as the third wave of coffee. From Oderbergerstrasse in Kollwitzkiez to Friedelstrasse in Reuterkiez, these pages introduce the many people and places that make Berlin not only an exciting place to be creative, but, because of that, an increasingly better place to drink coffee.