- Tim Hortons has revealed its holiday drink and food menu for the 2019 season!
- Holiday flavoured drinks, including a gingerbread iced capp, are available at select locations starting November 13.
- Baked goods will be available starting November 27.
Tis the season to be eating sugary snacks and indulging in warm drinks and Tim Hortons is here to get you in the holiday spirit with a new festive menu that will be launching over the course of this month in Quebec. As Canadians, we have Tim Hortons running through our veins and each of us has our “usual” order. But that doesn’t mean that we cant spice it up, especially during the holidays.
Some of the new and merry menu items include candy cane flavoured white and regular hot chocolate topped with whipped toppings and candy cane sprinkles ($2.69), a handcrafted gingerbread latte and tea latte ($2.39-$3.69), and for those true Canadians that love cold drinks in the winter, there will also be a Gingerbread Iced Capp ($3.79).
The holiday drink menu is available starting November 13!
If you prefer to eat your calories rather than drink them, Tim’s has got you covered.
The holiday food menu includes a reindeer donut ($1.59) composed of chocolate Timbits rolled in red sprinkles set on top of chocolate dipped donut decorated with two sugar eyes and chocolate antlers.
If that isn’t your thing, the menu will also include chocolate swiss rolls filled with sweet and delicate vanilla cream ($1.69), gingerbread muffins filled with cream cheese icing ($1.79), and my personal favourite, molasses filled cookies ($1.59).
The baked goods hit the Tim Hortons menu on November 27.
And to make you really feel all that Christmas cheer, all baked goods will be served in limited edition holiday boxes.
Tim Horton’s didn’t stop there. They have also decided to sell boxes of candy canes with signature Timmy Ho’s flavours like double double, Maple dip, and hot chocolate ($5.99 per box).
If you are a big fan of the chain, you can also pick up some exclusive gear like red and white knitted mittens ($11.99) as well as the matching toque ($14.99).
Tim Hortons will also be selling mugs, holiday ornaments and a selection of holiday cards. And, $1 from each merchandise purchase will be donated to Tim Hortons Foundation Camps.
Guests will also be able to create snow by purchasing a snowflake ($1) in support of the camp, which helps disadvantaged youth across Canada.
Should we do a taste test and let you know how the new menu items taste? Let us know!
Tim Hortons Holiday Menu
When: Drinks on November 13; baked goods on November 27
Where: Select Tim Hortons across Canada!