Calling all caffeine addicts, this one's for you! Coffee is such a huge part of most of our lives and there's a reason coffee culture is such a booming industry. Most of us couldn't start work in the morning or even function as a normal human being without at least one cup of coffee. 

There's no reason to be ashamed to call yourself a caffeine addict because we all know coffee is super delicious and it's the perfect excuse to take a mid-afternoon break at work since coffee breaks are a known and respected thing in every single office. Some studies have even shown that coffee drinkers could live longer than non-coffee drinkers! 

Whether that's true or not, coffee is amazing and we all know it! That's why it's so exciting that Ottawa is hosting its first festival to celebrate our favourite hot beverage this spring. 

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The Ottawa Coffee Fest is hosting their first annual event on March 23rd for a one-day event. It will be taking place at the Horticulture Building at 1525 Princess Patricia Way. Their goal is to bring coffee lovers together for a chance to celebrate the unique offerings of local roasters in Ottawa! 

There will be tons of fun things taking place at the event including coffee tastings, food, entertainment, workshops, speakers, and more! 

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Tickets to the event cost $15 each and include entrance to the event. Once you're in you'll be able to purchase tokens. Each token costs $0.50 each and one token equal one coffee sample! 

The event will be running from 10 am until 7 pm and visitors can come in at any time during the day. Tickets are officially on-sale now and they're offering a free Ottawa Coffee Festival mug to the first 500 people to register! 

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Check out their Facebook event for more information and to purchase your tickets! 


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