Most of your coffee requires a passport to get to you, so it’s only fair you should try to reciprocate.
That’s not exactly the motivation behind the Indie Coffee Passport, but it made for a snappier lead.
The real idea is to encourage patrons to discover the wealth of our city’s independent caffeine breweries. With each passport, you are entitled to a coffee or tea from any of the 24 participating shops.
How much do people love this idea? Passport holder Phil Hung maxed out his card in less than a month. No one has seen him since.
Starting today, passports go on sale for the holidays at indiecoffeepassport.com.