This "Royal Dream Job" Will Pay You $5K to Drink Coffee In a Scottish Castle
There's no watery coffee in this office.
Gevalia Kaffe, a Swedish coffee company, is looking to hire the "king" or "queen" of coffee for a week-long, caffeine-filled adventure in Scotland. (Here's what you need to know about caffeine and coffee before you go.)
"Gevalia believes a Queen is anyone who transforms into the most confident version of themselves after that first cup of coffee—they speak their minds, are self-aware, and aren't afraid to make fun of themselves," Tina Bletnitsky, senior associate brand manager, said in a statement. "At Gevalia, we want to celebrate the Queen in everyone, and now we're just making it official."
Here's how it works: Anyone interested in winning a week-long trip to Scotland can enter today through December 20. The winner will be royally rewarded with a $5,000 stipend for their adventure as well as handed the keys to the Carlowrie Castle in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Related: What a Cup of Coffee Looks Like Around the World)
The castle comes with 12 luxurious bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and 32 acres of land to explore during your coffee travels. Beyond getting to spread out across all that space, the winner will also receive a personal butler, private barista lessons, coffee-inspired spa treatments, and the opportunity to bring along a deserving plus-one for the week. (Real talk: Can you drink too much coffee?)
All you need to do to enter is head to GevaliaCoffeeQueen.com and click "apply." Then, just write a short sentence or two on why you should win, and wait for the winner to be announced on or around December 30, 2019. Reminder: I'm always available as a plus-one.
This story originally appeared on TravelandLeisure.com by Stacey Leasca.