Drift is a biannual mag about coffee, the people who drink it and the cities they live in. Each issue explores a different city, through coffee shop owners, patrons, streetcart vendors, roasters and more.
A list of what's inside Volume 12, from the publisher:
A bright, yellow tricycle peddles (and pedals) coffee around the city in hopes of changing the lives of Paris’s homeless for the better.
How an unlikely Ottoman, who received a frosty royal reception, introduced coffee and “Turkmania” to Parisians.
Reflections by a lovesick traveler, in a Paris of cigarettes and coffee for a layover.
Wading into the divide between brasseries from coffee shops, and appreciating their differences.
From the chipped-paint storefront of an old cordonnerie—cobbler—to a fashion label in the gardens of a former palace, the face of Paris’s coffee shops are changing.