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Coffee people can be kind of scary. When you walk into a hipster-y espresso bar/coffee joint (known as a third wave coffee vendor) and you don't know the difference between Arabica beans or Colombian, the right flavour pairings, or how long to steep jasmine green tea, you can feel a little out of place. Kistuné Espresso Bar does the opposite and activley invites all coffee drinkers, while still maintaining the artisanal standard of third wave coffee.

Creating a sense of community is a major focus at Kitsuné, along with good quality coffee. Large shared tables, an indoor bike rack, helpful staff, and the option to even play your own music work together to make Kitsuné a communal space where all are welcome. Hearkening back the coffee shops of yore, where men and women came together to share ideas, Kitsuné is simultaneously unique and welcoming.

Serving Anchored Coffee, an up and coming roaster based out of Nova Scotia, Kitsuné ensures each cup of coffee meets the expectations of the customer, and then some. A former barista myself, I was impressed with the knowledge of the staff and their ability. Kitsuné also has a large variety of teas, ranging from the standard black tea to red, green, and white, along with iced beverages, such as fresh OJ and lychee tea, to keep you cool during the summer months.

If you're feeling peckish, Kitsuné always has a variety of baked goods to go along with your coffee. While they have switched up providers in the last few months since their opening, Kitsuné always uses local Montreal bakers who use high quality ingredients, such as St. Henri's Sweet Lee's Rustic Bakery.

A great place to study, to chat, or just to relax with a cup of Joe, Kitsuné is not your standard espresso bar. With events like 'Bring Your Own Record Day' and upcoming coffee tastings, Kitsune wants you to feel at home while you enjoy quality coffee.

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