Toronto coffee passport

A passport to Toronto's indie coffee shops

Imagine--a passport that doesn't involve five hours at a service location and a good deal on coffee!

The Indie Coffee Passport provides a cheap way to consume lattes and other coffee drinks from all over the city while promoting the Toronto independent coffee scene. The $20 passport allows customers to get one free coffee (or drink up to $5 on the menu) at each one of the 24 participating shops across the city.

Participating shops include:

Notably absent from the list are popular indie cafes including Dark Horse, White Squirrel, Mercury, Sam James, Jet Fuel and Bulldog (Basically, most of the places that form the Toronto Coffee Conspiracy).

The passport is valid from September 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011 (the price goes up to $25 on October 1) and is being sold at various locations and online.

Photo by Elizabeth Martin


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