Tim Hortons Cups Are Getting A Very Québécois Makeover For St-Jean-Baptiste Day (PHOTOS)

Employee uniforms are also getting a Quebec-themed twist.
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Tim Hortons Cups Are Getting A Very Québécois Makeover For St-Jean-Baptiste Day (PHOTOS)

All true Tim Hortons fans will recognize the beloved Canadian coffee chain's red coffee cups. But Timmie's is getting a Québécois makeover on Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day.

Tim Hortons locations across the province will be flexing Quebec pride by serving drinks in special-edition blue coffee cups with fleur-de-lis on them.

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Tim Hortons employees will also be dressed in blue uniforms bearing typical Quebec expressions in tribute to the language of Quebec.

A press release from Tim Hortons mentions "se bourrer la fraise," "la broue dans l'toupet," and "attache ta tuque avec d'la broche" as examples. 

Of course, there are also going to be special Saint-Jean-Baptiste donuts: vanilla covered in fudge and decorated with blue and white candy confetti.

Hashtag #JeTimEnBleu to join in the fun on June 24.

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