Acadia National Park
Acadia is an American success story. It represents our greatest values, that our most beautiful natural places should belong to the people and be accessible to all. It was created as a result of the efforts of it’s residents led by Charles Eliot and George Dorr, who believed the island was too beautiful to be relegated to a playground of the elites of the Northeast. Eliot and Dorr however were far from the first to appreciate this special Island. Studies have revealed humans have inhabited the Island as far back as 12,000 years ago, and the island was first explored by European Sailors in 1524 and then again in 1525. The very first National Park East of the Mississippi, it also happens to be one of the first places the sun rises in the United States. To celebrate fall on the island when it turns into a stunning display of fiery oranges, yellows and reds, we’ve gone with a washed process Rwandan coffee with notes of Vanilla and Autumn Pastry.