Originally dedicated as Mount Olympus National Monument in 1909 by none other than President Theodore Roosevelt, Olympic National Park is one of the most diverse and unique National Parks in the United States. The Park includes beaches, rainforests, staggering mountain peaks, and glaciers. Many may be surprised to learn the automobile paid a critical role in the preservation of the Park and surrounding areas. The advent of the mass market automobile brought thousands of visitors to the Park and surrounding region, who during their journeys witnessed the devastation that logging was having on the Pacific Northwest. Visitors in automobiles became the catalyst for political pressure that ultimately led to improved forest management policies, and the eventual creation of the National Park by Franklin Roosevelt in 1938. To celebrate the epic winter scapes and skies of the Park, we’ve gone with a natural process Ethiopian coffee with notes of chocolate covered blueberries.