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Does anyone know where I can find a can of this in the Cote St. Luc/Snowden area.

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  1. I hope you mean chipotles in adobo because I believe adobe is a construction material. And it's rarely sold in chipotle sauce.

    If you're looking for the former, it's readily available in supermarkets in the Mexican section.

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    1. re: SnackHappy

      And it's rarely sold in chipotle sauce
      ...and rarer still, found in cans.

      1. re: porker

        You might want to try Walmart...
        http://www.walmart.com/ip/La-Costena-...

    2. Amaranto carries them, but it may be worth calling ahead as they don't seem to keep a big stock of products on hand.

      5974 Monkland Ave
      Phone:(514) 510-1225

      I think most supermarkets carry them and like eaterbob said, I'm sure Wal Mart has them in stock.

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      1. re: JerkPork

        Thank you for those suggestions!! I will check them out.

      2. I know Fruits Rocky Montana has this, I've bought cans a couple of times.

        Address:
        5704 Sherbrooke West
        Montreal QC, H4A 1W8

        1. Chipotle in adobo sauce is widely available in the Mexican section of even smaller groceries like Akhavan, as others have said, but also Loblaws, Super C, Metro, Provigo. I've seen La Costeña brand everywhere - it's in a small can and looks like this:

          http://www.lynnskitchenadventures.com...

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          1. re: kpzoo

            It is indeed everywhere, and when it's not La Costeña, it's Herdez brand which is pretty much the same quality.

          2. If you happen to be in Laval , you should check out :

            Iga Extra
            515 Boulevard Curé-Labelle, Laval, QC H7V 2T3,

            They have a nice variety of products but I cant confirm if they have what you're looking for.