DRIFT is a magazine about coffee with some of the most gorgeous photography you could hope to see which it goes about by exploring in a city context. DRIFT does this one city at a time and now we're up to Volume 10, Manhattan!
This advertising-free masterpiece is a labour of love. DRIFT was only launched at the beginning of 2015 and was tipped to make an impact. It's published by Adam Goldberg who has an engineering background, but is steeped in coffee culture.
Drift No 11 is focused on Los Angeles: 'From the beach volleyball courts of Santa Monica to the ever-changing neighborhoods of its urban core, the sprawling metropolis of Los Angeles is home to a wide range of communities. Whether it’s specialty Colombian coffee at Andrés Piñeros’s coffee shop in the “surfurbia” of Redondo Beach, or Jonathan Yang’s Cantonese-inspired drinks at Thank You Coffee in Chinatown, L.A. has something for everyone. But as the coffee pioneers of the city’s Westside, like Menotti’s in Venice Beach, or the emerging Black-owned coffee shops, like Bloom & Plume Coffee in Filipinotown, demonstrate, beneath the glossy patina of the city’s celebrity glamor is an incredibly diverse coffee culture that—like Saugus Cafe, which was founded in 1888—is steeped in history, and offers unique perspectives that make Los Angeles a dynamic place to live, visit, and drink coffee.
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