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Review of Laurel and May Market and Bakeshop

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Review of Laurel and May Market and Bakeshop

Pictured is Laurel and May's delicious lavender latte. Photo Credit: Smriti Tayal

Pictured is Laurel and May's delicious lavender latte. Photo Credit: Smriti Tayal

Pictured is Laurel and May's delicious lavender latte. Photo Credit: Smriti Tayal

Pictured is Laurel and May's delicious lavender latte. Photo Credit: Smriti Tayal

Smriti Tayal, Editor of Blog Roll

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I spent my Thursday morning at the cozy Laurel and May coffee shop after a friend of mine had recommended I try the Lavender Latte. I was intrigued, because who wouldn’t be at the thought of a lavender flavored latte. The first thing that surprised me was the location. Even though it is in Milton, it’s very easy to get to and is about 10 minutes away from our school. The coffee shop is brightly lit with natural light. The whole aesthetic of the shop is simple and modern. They offer a variety of different drinks, pastries, and sandwiches. I ordered an iced lavender latte and an egg and bacon croissant. My total came out to around 7 dollars and both were a decent size. The latte honestly wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. Even though I was skeptical, it turned out to be delicious. The croissant was my favorite and would make a great breakfast item on the go. In the coffee shop, they have a market where they sell a variety of cheese, bread, and snacks. They also sell bath and beauty items, as well as,stationary products. It was bustling with people grabbing coffee or just getting some work done. Laurel and May is a beautiful coffee shop that will definitely please your coffee cravings and allow for a motivated work setting.

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  1. Emma Gulielmio on February 2nd, 2019 4:16 pm

    No way! I’m at Laurel and May as I am typing this. I’m so glad Smriti showed me this place.

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