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.
Drift, Volume 13 includes:
- 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…
Drift is about coffee, the people who drink it, and the cities they inhabit. Country of origin: USA.