This Cafe Makes The Best Pumpkin Spice Latte In Montreal

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This Cafe Makes The Best Pumpkin Spice Latte In Montreal

If you thought Starbucks was good, then this local Montreal cafe will absolutely BLOW YOUR MIND. Their pumpkin spice latte is the real deal! Not only do they use fresh coffee, but they also make homemade pumpkin syrup instead of that chemical and fake stuff you find everywhere else!

READ ALSO: 10 Places To Get A Pumpkin Spice Latte In Montreal That Are NOT Starbucks

You can get this amazing PSL at Cafellini who has three locations! They are located on412 rue de Montarville,758 rue Beaubien est, and 3790 Blvd St-Laurent! They will make all your fall dreams come true. 

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The best thing that pairs with their PSL has to be their cafes adorable ambiance that is absolutely perfect during the fall! So, whether you live in Longueuil, the plateau or Little-Italy you can hit up Cafellini for their amazing Pumpkin Spice Latte.

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