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  • 160 pages 
  • 21.5cm x 28cm 
  • Published in New York, 2017 

Drift magazine is about coffee, the people who drink it, and the cities they inhabit. Each issue travels to a new place to capture a glimpse of what it’s like to drink coffee there, according to a collection of writers and photographers, as well as coffee shop owners, baristas, street vendors, and patrons.


Sprawling and frenetic, Mexico City has easy access to coffee plantations. A new generation of coffee-drinkers are reshaping the city’s neighbourhoods.


In this issue:


  • An in-depth look at the coffee co-op economy
  • Essential Mexican pastries: a photo glossary
  • How the Chinese immigrants in Mexico City have influenced one of the city’s most important cafes
  • The disease ravaging plantations across the country
  • A photo series dedicated to Mexico City residents waiting for their morning cups


Issues four and eight of Drift are also available in the Stack shop.

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