Only the first 500 customers at the UP Express location at Toronto’s Union Station that have a coupon can get a free coffee from Balzac’s, so you’d better move fast!
Torontonians who pass through Union Station on Wednesday morning can pick up a coupon for a free coffee from Balzac’s Coffee Roasters.
Balzac’s Coffee Roasters was founded in 1996, with the goal of bringing the enchantment of Parisian grand cafes to Canada. Today, the Canadian roaster has 14 cafes across Ontario, each designed to echo the cultural nuances of its surrounding area — including its Ryerson location (essential for busy student life).
Canada’s Balzac’s Coffee Roasters and Ontario’s Terre Bleu Lavender Farm are collaborating to launch a limited-time lavender latte. The drink is only available while Terre Bleu’s lavender buds are in season.
Balzac’s Coffee Roasters in Canada and Terre Bleu Lavender Farm in Ontario have teamed up to create a limited-edition lavender latte. The drink is only offered during the lavender season at Terre Bleu.