Next Tuesday, a popular Eastern Iowa coffee shop will be releasing a brand new coffee flight for Taylor Swift fans!

Many customers at Stillwater Coffee Co. in Hiawatha are already familiar with their Backstage Pass Coffee Flight. It consists of four mini versions of their best-selling flavors: the Dolly (white chocolate raspberry mocha), the Van Halen (vanilla hazelnut), Purple Haze (lavender hazelnut white mocha), and the Caramel Macchiato. Well, Stillwater is getting ready to release a new version of their popular coffee flight, and it's all thanks to the Taylor Swift Eras Tour!

According to a new video on their Facebook page, Stillwater Coffee Co. will be dropping their brand new Taylor Swift Coffee Flight next week! It consists of four different flavors, all inspired by different Taylor Swift albums:

  • Reputation - A blackberry latte with glitter and Pop Rocks
  • Lover - A vanilla cupcake latte with cotton candy
  • Speak Now - A lavender latte with lavender cold foam
  • Red - A raspberry latte with whip and a lips sucker

Swifties who want to be the first to taste the new coffee flight are invited to come to the Stillwater Eras Party next Tuesday, July 25th at 6 p.m. The official event page reads:

"Dress up in your favorite era and say HELLO to the cutest #Swiftie party in the Midwest. *Eras Coffee Flights*, Taylor 'Name That Tune,' friendship bracelet station, and more!"

Tickets for the party are $20 per person and can be purchased online HERE.

Even though Taylor Swift's Eras Tour isn't making a stop here in Iowa, she still has plenty of fans in the Hawkeye State who are willing to travel! My coworker took his daughter to the Kansas City show a few weeks ago and they had a BLAST! You can check out their concert outfit reveal HERE.

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