Tim Hortons Revealed The Canadian Cities That Liked Its Products The Most In 2022

Looking at you, Dorval.

Staff Writer
A coffee cup by Tim Hortons. Right: A Tim Hortons shop in Montreal.

A coffee cup by Tim Hortons. Right: A Tim Hortons shop in Montreal.

National purveyor of morning coffee, quick afternoon snacks and sugary (so, so sugary) confections, Tim Hortons, has revealed the Canadian cities that stood out in 2022 for their love of the chain's most popular food and drinks. The city of Montreal, itself, was not among them.

However, Dorval received a distinction for being Canada's biggest fan of Tims lattes. Apparently, the inhabitants of the on-island suburb can't stand their coffee without milk. It's the only place in Quebec that figured on the list.

Here are the other Canadian cities and towns that had the highest per capita sales of Tims favourites:

  • Farmer's Wraps — Port Hope, Ontario
  • Original Blend Coffee — Miramichi, New Brunswick
  • Loaded Wraps — Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
  • Steeped Teas ­— Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
  • Iced Coffees — Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
  • Espresso shots — Windsor, Ontario
  • Americanos — Langford, British Columbia
  • Tea lattes — Prince George, British Columbia
  • Quenchers — Timmins, Ontario

A map of Canada showing the cities and towns with the most per capita purchases of popular Tim Hortons products in 2022.A map of Canada showing the cities and towns with the most per capita purchases of popular Tim Hortons products in 2022.CNW Group/Tim Hortons

The coffee chain also divulged moderately interesting facts about other types of popular products. Calgary had the most grocery store purchases of Tim Hortons Canned Soup, while Winnipeggers bought the most Tim Hortons Holiday Mugs this past year.
Finally, the new Scan & Pay feature in the Tim Hortons app was especially popular in Mississauga, Ontario.
In other news, Tim Hortons is set to debut fibrous new packaging and cutlery to replace the previous plastic mainstays, as Canada's new ban on single-use plastics goes into effect. Tim Hortons estimates the change will eliminate the use of approximately 90 million single-use plastic items annually.
Charlotte Hoareau
Staff Writer
Charlotte Hoareau is a Staff Writer for MTL Blog focused in things to do in Montreal and Montreal weather. She is based in Montreal, Quebec.
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