Coffee Joins the Denver Passport Program
Not too long ago we told you about the Denver Passport Program, a guide that provides two-for-one drinks and cocktails at the city’s best bars and restaurants. Well caffeine lovers rejoice! Coffee houses now have their own program. The Fika Coffee Passport is available now and the program runs through July 31.
The Fika Coffee Passport is a field guide that offers two-for-one craft coffee beverages from Denver’s best shops and roasters. Fika is a Swedish concept that celebrates the midday ritual of taking a break for coffee and companionship. The Passport Program is a great way to enjoy a new coffee houses while spending time with a friend.
Shops and roasters include Allegro, Bellwether, Black Black Coffee, Coffee at The Point, Copper Door, Corvus, Denver Bicycle Café, Drip Denver, Hooked on Colfax, Huckleberry Roaster, Hudson Hill, Jubilee, LittleOwl, Luna, The Molecule Effect, Novo, Olive & Finch, Overt, Pablo’s, Pigtrain, Port Side, Prodigy, Purple Door, Sonder, Stowaway, Sweet Bloom and Weathervane.
Upon signing up online, guests will receive a passport and after visiting and enjoying drinks at each establishment, the passport will get stamped. Collect all 28 for a total caffeine-fueled experience. Passports are $20 per passport and they make great gifts for any coffee lover. The program runs from April 1 through July 31 this year.
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