Thursday September 29th may seem like just a normal date to you, but for those addicted to the java bean, it means so much more.
Today is National Coffee Day, which means drinking a whole pot and a half of caffeinated brew suddenly becomes acceptable (or at least, we hope). But how can you make the best out of this glorified day that only comes around once a year? Don’t worry! Toronto’s got you covered.
To celebrate the unofficial holiday, the dignified goddesses over at Krispy Kreme giving out free donuts and cups of drip coffee. You can get your coffee and donut on at these Toronto Krispy Kreme locations: 215 Harbord St., 164 McCaul St., and 400 Spadina Ave. Hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
In true Canadian fashion, Timmies wants to spread kindness and give away 10,000 free coffees in 10 days. Starting today, Tim Hortons will create a pay-it-forward chain by releasing 100 special-edition Tim Cards across the country for guests to enjoy and share. Recipients are encouraged to first treat themselves to a free coffee, and then pass the Tim card along to a friend or stranger to do the same. The pay-it-forward chain will continue until 10,000 cups of coffee have been shared, or 10 days have passed, whichever comes first.
The American company is celebrating the big day here in Canada by giving Starbucks Rewards member 30 Bonus Stars on purchases over $20. If you feel like taking a day trip down to the U.S, Starbucks in America and Mexico will donate a coffee tree to a Latin American farmer in need for every cup of Mexico Chiapas coffee sold today.
The East York cafe will help your coffee fix by giving out free freshly brewed coffee all day. 405 Donlands Ave.
Why just celebrate today? 7-Eleven decided to make this a week long affair. Scan the 7Rewards app at any 7-Eleven and get a free small coffee every day this week!