A Kensington Market mainstay. Last year during the indie coffee passport I mentioned that I had long been a patron of Moonbean Coffee Co. Between my habits changing, trying to visit all the Indie Coffee Pass shops and all the new places opening in the city I’ve spent a lot less time in the Kensington area and have had very few chances to drop in. I do like it in Moonbean, it’s taking a lot of will power to avoid the baked goods. While I take the time to write and listen to people talk about cultural change and the landscape of neighbourhoods the city. My Indie Coffee Passport selection the Jasmine Matcha Latte is a tasty repast for a rainy Sunday Afternoon
Today’s indie coffee journey took us to a coffee spot I’ve long been familiar with. Located at 30 St. Andrew st. in the fabled Kennsington market. I have been a patron on Moonbean Coffee Co. for many years. With a full array of fair trade coffee and teas as well as cakes and other baked treats. Moonbean as been a a staple in my Toronto Cafe history. I’ve long done my grocery shopping in the market and most often those trips ended with a coffee from Moonbean. Todays drink of choices was a chilled caramel latte which was fantastic for taking the edge off some late afternoon Christmas shopping.