Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Indie Coffee Passport 2015: Montreal Edition

Although I'm a little late (two months to be exact) to jump on the bandwagon, I'm so excited to say that my very first Indie Coffee Passport has finally arrived in the mail!!

Fellow java lovers, if you haven't heard of the this passport yet - go buy one right now! The Indie Coffee Passport is the perfect way to discover your city's independent coffee culture. This awesome venture was started in Toronto in 2010 by two coffee enthusiasts. Over the past five years it has made its way around various cities and currently exists in Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Vermont, Chicago and the East Bay.

How does it work? Basically you purchase the passport for only $30 (plus tax) and it gives you a free coffee at twenty-nine different cafes. Once you make your way to each cafe, you have a unique list of five drinks to chose from (teas, lattés, cappuccinos etc). As soon as your passport gets stamped, kick back and relax with a good book or good company at the cafe of your choice!

The Indie Coffee Passport is updated each year and gives us an amazing opportunity to explore our local coffee scene on a budget. For someone like me who currently lives in an "adopted city" it's also the perfect way for me to discover new neighbourhoods and leave the comfort of my tiny downtown bubble.

Stay tuned and follow my adventures through Montreal as I use my Indie Coffee Passport to explore this beautiful city!

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