Grand Teton National Park
For millennia these mountains have drawn humans to their beauty and abundance. Evidence has been found that as far back as 11,500 years ago, humans have been making their way to these mountains and the lakes at their base. The rugged peak of the Grand Teton makes its way 7000 ft above the valley floor to an overall altitude of almost 14,000 ft. From paleolithic early humans, to Native Americans, members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, fur trappers and traders from Europe, mountain men, the Rockefellers (who helped with the formation of the park), and the thousands that now visit every year, there is a timeless magic in the majestic peaks of the Tetons. Inspired by the iconic Moulton barn at the base of the Tetons, we’ve gone with a washed Ethiopian coffee with notes of sweet cream butter and lemon curd.