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Coffee Supreme is heading on an epic Wellington road trip

This summer, iconic New Zealand coffee brand, Coffee Supreme, is embracing their kiwi roots, and heading on an epic summer road trip.

From 5 January through to 3 March, they will be on the road with a caravan and Toyota full of coffee, visiting the North Island’s best summer hot spots.

“Us Kiwis love a road trip, it pretty much sums up what a New Zealand summer means to us. Yeah, Kiwi Onion Dip and Crowded House are up there, but we reckon a road trip around Aotearoa comes up trumps”, Sophie Evans of Coffee Supreme says.

After a year that’s reminded us all of the benefits of shopping and supporting local, Coffee Supreme have tapped a couple of their good Wellington friends on the shoulder, to take some of the capital’s finest products to summer hotspots. Blocks of Whittaker’s chocolate and Fix & Fogg’s peanut butter will be available to purchase, or to win through Supreme’s large carnival-styled spinning wheel.

“We’ll be parking up at some of the nation’s best cafes, a few supermarkets and local breweries and Top 10 Holiday Parks to spread the message that fresh coffee tastes better”, says Evans.

“In case the cupboard at the bach is looking a little empty, we’ll have coffee, Keepcups, pantry essentials and our new summer merch available too.”, says Evans.

Coffee Supreme has partnered with Trees That Count, to plant some native trees that will help to mitigate their carbon footprint over the next 50 years and protect New Zealand’s threatened biodiversity. Donations will be made based on the spinning wheel, with Supreme planting the trees upon their return.

Coffee Supreme will be leaving Wellington on the 5th January for Martinborough, they will make their way up the east coast to Kerikeri and then will begin their return to home base, finishing up in Wellington on the 3rd March.

Follow their journey via Instagram: @coffeesupreme.

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