Indie Coffee Passport is a good way to save some coin while exploring Toronto’s coffee scene. Now in its third year, the passport costs $25 and entitles the bearer to a drink at 30 different shops over seven months. This year, the indie coffee action starts tomorrow.">

The Indie Coffee Passport is back for round three


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For those willing to a bit of trekking, the Indie Coffee Passport is a good way to save some coin while exploring Toronto’s coffee scene. Now in its third year, the passport costs $25 and entitles the bearer to a drink at 30 different shops over seven months. This year, the indie coffee action starts tomorrow.

A new twist to the passport this year is that participating venues have each chosen six drinks that are redeemable with the passport; these include brewed coffees, teas and espresso-based drinks. Our questionable math skills suggest that the passport would start paying off after about 10 uses.

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