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8Js Jochen Rindt - LIMITED EDITION

Drive Coffee Inc

While Formula 1 made Jochen Rindt a global superstar, his racing career had humble beginnings with his first race in 1961 with a car borrowed from his Grandmother. Though his beginnings were humble, his rise to success was rapid. By 1964, Rindt was not only racing in Fomula 2, but winning races against Formula 1 World Champion Graham Hill. By 1965, merely 4 years after Rindt began racing, he achieved an overall victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and was racing in Formula 1 with Bruce McLaren as his team mate. In 1969 Rindt joined Lotus F1, with team mate Graham Hill, and manager Bernie Ecclestone. It was in the 1970 season, behind the wheel of the Lotus 72, that Rindt would ultimately achieve his goal of becoming World Champion. Tragically, he died mid-season in a crash at Monza, however his performance in the 72 had been so dominant, that he had accumulated enough points to win the Championship, and to this day he is the only driver to have been awarded the World Drivers’ Championship posthumously. In this special edition, we have selected an exceptional Tanzanian coffee. Similar to Kenyan coffees in their bold citrus flavors, Tanzanian coffees are often slightly edgier and fuller bodied. We found this coffee to be the perfect pairing for Rindt’s story. A driver with the will, and the skill, to win against the best, yet also one with a bold personality, who lived, and raced, on his own terms

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Great coffee

This coffee was great and I will buy it again.

Simply Superb

I have been a long time fan of Trophy but wanted to try something new and this did not disappoint! A light roast for the days that I just need a little more fuel.

Dope ass coffee

This shit right here was dope as hell. I now move like a butterfly and sting like a bee. Hopefully they bring back this limited release, definitely worth all the bread they asking for.

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