News | Drip Coffee and Espresso Truck: Giving New Meaning to Coffee on the Go
Some folks approach their coffee consumption like religion. It has to be a specific kind and in specific quantities on specific days. If you have ever thought of how glorious it would be to have access to a mobile coffee truck, much like your beloved gourmet food trucks, you are in luck thanks to Drip Coffee and Espresso Truck.
This caffeination on wheels hit the streets on October 10th thanks to the innovation of owner Jeff Rorvig, who has always had a passion for coffee. He has taken his experience working in various restaurants over the years and his desire to open a coffee shop, melded the two and added a touch of innovation.
What Exactly is Drip Coffee and Espresso Truck
This mobile caffeination station is offering dripped, flavored, iced and nitrogen infused coffee, as well as espressos, cappuccinos, lattes, mochas and Americanos. You can also enjoy hot, iced, flavored and Chia teas. If you’re looking to mix up things up now and then you can also order Italian sodas and energy drinks. Jeff Rorvig is honored to serve locally roasted coffee and tea from CULT Coffee Roaster and locally made pastries will also be available.
In extension to the classic beverages, Drip Coffee and Espresso has signature drinks, such as the “Rising Sun,” composed with coffee, espresso, milk, Mexican chocolate and whipped cream. For those who require an extra energy boost, the truck will offer the “Buzzer,” a quad shot Mexican mocha, the “Zipper,” drip coffee with quad shot of espresso and “Perk Me Up,” drip coffee with double shot of espresso.
“I love coffee and I’ve wanted to be in this business for a long time. My life has taken many twists and turns, but I’m excited to follow my dreams with Drip Coffee and Espresso. We can’t wait to hit the streets!” Rorvig said.
Have a special event coming up? Drip Coffee and Espresso Truck will also provide customized catering solutions for offices and events.
If you want to keep tabs on the Drip Coffee and Espresso Truck? Their weekly routes will be posted and updated on Facebook, Twitter and their website.