As soon as fall hits, that's when they get me! I don't care about coffee for nine months out of the year. But there's something about those dang Pumpkin Spice Lattes and Gingerbread Lattes that keep me pulling into the drive-thru on a chilly day. But I will say I'm pretty proud of myself for showing some willpower and not giving in when Starbucks brought back the PSL a full week before August was even over. I stuck to my guns and waited until September 1 - when I can officially allow myself to buy into the fact that fall has arrived.

The best coffee is free coffee!

A couple of weeks ago we told you about Florence Coffee Company opening a new location. It's just off the E. Missoula exit on I-90. If you haven't stopped by to check it out yet - it looks like you waited just long enough to score some freebies as I saw a post on Facebook about Florence Coffee Company giving away free drinks through Friday (9/10.) And it doesn't even look like they're limiting it to a basic coffee, it would appear you can add in all your extras with your free "12oz beverage." I'll follow it up with my best impression of an infomercial host when I say "but wait, there's more," as you're not even limited to just one drink!

The official post from FCC:

We’re showing off our NEW EAST MISSOULA location with a promo week!

Stop by our East Missoula location (exit 107) Wednesday, September 8th-Friday September 10th for a free 12oz beverage on us! Thank you Missoula for your support, we can’t wait to serve you from our new location!

*Limited to 2 drinks per car*
*East Missoula location only*

Get it while you can!

That's a pretty great deal. Most places would offer up one free drip coffee and call it good! So grab yourself a free drink while you can, because it sounds like we might soon see coffee shops having to raise their prices because of supply issues.

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