You Can Now Get "S'mores Cupcakes" In Montreal

You'll be wanting 's'more'!
You Can Now Get "S'mores Cupcakes" In Montreal

Montrealer's sure do have a great big sweet tooth especially when it comes to cupcakes! I mean you've heard of our Boozy Cupcakes but this Montreal cafe has something even better. Yup, S'more cupcakes have officially arrived in Montreal!

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Café Ferlucci has changed the cupcake game in Montreal with their mouthwatering s'more cupcakes. Located just steps away from Jean Talon metro, you can pick up some s'mores cupcakes at the drop of a hat!

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Café Ferlucci is located on 432 Rue de Castelnau E and they are fairly new in Montreal. They are a small cafe with a cute AF rustic ambiance that pairs perfectly with their homemade s'mores cupcakes. 

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