The other famous coffee company from the US west coast is now available in Toronto.
Portland-based roaster Stumptown still isn’t slated to open a coffee house north of the border, but Canadian fans can now find a selection of cold brew products in Toronto cafes.
Launched just prior to the August long weekend, cafes including Capital Espresso, Sonic Boom, FoodDudes Pantry, Harbord Bakery, Hollandaise Diner, Dish Cooking Studio, Ron’s Cigar Store, and Canary & Fox are already carrying various cans, bottles, and cartons of coffee, while stores like McEwans, Popbox Mrkt, Kim Natural Foods, and The Fix + Co. are set to roll out the product line in the coming weeks.
Anyone who likes the instant gratification of coffee in a can or the convenience of grab-and-go bottled beverages will appreciate the new ways to get a caffeine fix… as if there weren’t enough options already.
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