We are thrilled to announce a new partnership with the highly acclaimed Difference Coffee Company, for all tours on the Golden Eagle train in 2020.
Difference Coffee Co. sources award-winning coffee blends from legendary estates and distinguished coffee competitions to deliver some of the rarest and highest graded Arabica coffees in the world to its consumers. It is, therefore, no surprise that their coffee is served in over 60 Michelin star restaurants and 26 luxury hotels and exclusive member clubs.
From January 2020, we will be serving their Daterra Moonlight Specialty Arabica and Guatemala Swiss Water Decaf coffee on all Golden Eagle train tours, available in guest cabins and in our Bar Lounge Car and Restaurant Cars. If you enjoy coffee as much as we do, we know you will love it.
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