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AUG-SEP 2018

Serving People Serving Coffee Since 2005

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Clockwise from top: At Proud Mary in Collingwood, coff ee is only one of the many elements that welcome a broad spectrum of customers, everyone from lazy-day locals to coff ee nerds, to foodies, to tourists with itchy Instagram trigger fi ngers. The friendly staff makes everyone feel like a regular, regardless of how o en they've come in (or whether they live in town or not). A single-origin shot of Rwandan espresso at The Ke le Black is one of many reminders that this is a coff ee town fi rst and foremost: Expertly pulled and simply presented, the shot doesn't need any bells and whistles to seem special—just like the spare, clean, elegant space itself. Just on the edge of Carlton and around the corner from Queen Victoria Market, Seven Seeds stays busy all day, especially on the weekends. Cafés run like full-service restaurants, so wait times can be long depending on the day. PHOTO BY ERIN MEISTER PHOTO BY ERIN MEISTER 44 barista magazine

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