Industry News | November 17, 2017

Tim Hortons' Holiday Menu, Ugly Sweater Koozies are Here

Tim Hortons launches new holiday menu.
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Tim Hortons brand is warming America’s hearts and cups with its new holiday menu and cups available at restaurants nationwide starting November 16. The Canadian coffee brewer is also rolling out Ugly Sweater Koozies available for a limited time only at select U.S. restaurants featuring a knit sweater design. The Koozies are a festive addition to the Tim Hortons stackable holiday-themed character cups with gingerbread man, snowman, reindeer and nutcracker options available.

The Ugly Sweater Koozies dress up any latte and are meant to spread holiday humor and cheer. The Koozies are free with any latte purchase, while supplies last, starting November 17 at select restaurants in Detroit, Columbus, Ohio, and Buffalo, New York.

Guests can also enjoy new premium, handcrafted lattes and holiday hot beverages including Peppermint Hot Chocolate, Cinnabon Iced Capp and Cinnabon Latte in the holiday-themed character cups and pair them with a wide range of new festive baked goods. New baked goods include holiday Sugar Cookies featuring a gingerbread man and snowman to match the holiday character cups, Chocolate Brownies, Red Velvet Muffins and Gingerbread Donuts and Timbits.

“We are thrilled to ring in the return of the holidays with limited-edition holiday Koozies, seasonal cups, handcrafted beverages and baked goods,” says Stephen Goldstein, Regional President, Tim Hortons® U.S. “We look forward to brewing holiday cheer all season long.”

For a cheerful stocking stuffer, Tim Hortons offers the Tim Card, available in any denomination. Guests can purchase a Tim Card at participating Tim Hortons restaurants.

Holiday menu items and themed cups are available at participating U.S. restaurants through the holiday season while supplies last.

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