Tim Hortons Has Revealed Quebec's Most Ordered Donuts

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Tim Hortons Has Revealed Quebec's Most Ordered Donuts

Canadian coffee staple and mediocre donut-maker Tim Hortons released Canadians' favourite menu items and most frequent orders from last year.

The top picks vary from province to province and also include Canada's top three Tim Hortons coffee orders.  

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A Double-Double™ and a Boston Cream donut were Canada's favourite Tim Hortons go-tos of 2020.

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According to the list, Quebec's top 10 Tim Hortons donuts of 2020 were:

  1. Honey Cruller (Roussette)
  2. Boston Cream  
  3. Apple Fritter
  4. Chocolate Dip (also known as the OG of donuts)
  5. Old Fashioned Plain
  6. Honey Dip
  7. Chocolate Glazed
  8. Sour Cream Glazed  
  9. Double Chocolate
  10. Vanilla Dip

"I agree with my friends in Quebec, the Honey Cruller is my jam," said Tallis Voakes, Tim Hortons' culinary lead, in a statement.

"But it's like anything else, everyone's got a favourite and there's no wrong answers."

In terms of Canada's favourite coffee order of 2020, there could only ever be one — the sweet, un-coffee-like Double-Double Tim Hortons is known for. 

A "regular" coffee order — one sugar, one dairy — followed closely behind the infamous Double-Double, while a simple black coffee was the third most popular Canadian coffee order.

Apple fritters took the cake in western Canada and Ontario, while Boston cream donuts won over Canadians in Atlantic Canada this year. 

Boston cream also took the crown as the number one donut across Canada in 2020. 

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