Review: Indie Coffee Passport – ICP <3

Since I work primarily from home I’m always looking for the next best coffice. I rotate between my steady regular spots and throw in new spots all the time to keep myself inspired and fresh. While I do end up at the local Starbucks every now and then, I also really enjoy exploring Toronto’s independent coffee culture and some of my favourite coffices at the moment are brand new spots in my neighbourhood.

Indie Coffee Passport

One of my favourite ways to discover new coffee shops in the city is with my Indie Coffee Passport. I discovered the program two years ago and every fall I look forward to the new passport to hit local cafes. This year’s passport is a spotlight on new cafes – all participating cafes are younger than 3 years old!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How It Works

 

22 cafes. 22 dollars. 7 months. 1 passport.
Indie Coffee Passport Toronto ICP

Passports can be purchased online or in person at any of the participating cafesΒ and the program runs from October 1, 2013 to April 30, 2014.

For the price of less than 5 coffees you have the opportunity to try your choice of 6 signature drinks from 22 independent cafes. The passport is divided by neighbourhood and includes cafes in Parkdale, Brockton Village, the Junction, the Annex, Baldwin Village, High Park, Roncesvalles, Kensington, Leslieville, Cabbagetown, Little Italy, and Little Portugal.

I’ll be sharing my ICP adventures on Twitter and Instagram using #JamieICP so be sure to follow along and see what my favourite spots are. Better yet, grab your own passport and join me!

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  1. October 16, 2013 / 4:09 pm

    This looks pretty cool never heard of it!