Coffee Culture Review


Whether it’s for a date night, sitting down for some meaningful conversation or finding a warm place to get work done, a coffee shop is the perfect locale. Coffee Culture is one coffee shop in downtown Brampton that’s worth mentioning.

Some coffee and some culture—urban culture that is.

As soon as I walked in, my attention locked on to the barista serving area, while their baked goods display, filled with muffins, cookies and cake, awakened my taste buds. From the entrance, nike Air max 90 pas cher,there are spacious areas to the right and left with tables and chairs for comfortable seating.Nike Air Max pas cher, With its large windows, the view is typical to any coffee shop located in the downtown core. The atmosphere calls for coffee and conversation.


Barista serving area


Seating with a cozy fireplace

For drinks, they offer the usual coffee, lattes, mochas, and cappuccinos, with some Coffee Culture signature drinks. It was nothing outstanding that can’t be found in any competing coffee shop. Lunch items include an assortment of sandwiches and salads which can be paired with any drink to create a combo. Their baked goods and desserts are what I really want to rave about.

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Rocslide Brownie & Toffe Crunch Blodie Brownie are one of many options for a snack

On this particular visit, I tried their Mile High Peanut Butter Cake which was superbly delicious. I ordered their last slice and after my first bite, I could easily tell why. The cake at first glance looked good and tasted equally well to the very last bite. I paired my dessert with a regular coffee, which wasn’t something to scream for but, it did taste good and I would go for another cup any day. The price for the dessert and coffee was fair considering the slice of cake was big and can easily be shared or packed to go.

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Coffee culture’s holidays cup with a dessert. Cake slices are always a good option here

With a warm cup of coffee in my hand and seat that looked out at downtown Brampton I could only think of describing this coffee shop as exactly what it offers in its name: some coffee and some culture—urban culture that is.



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