Tim Hortons Releases Dream Donuts Lineup

    Industry News | June 25, 2020

    Tim Hortons U.S. announced its new Dream Donuts, an elevated line of handcrafted, decadent donuts. The new line-up of Dream Donuts, including OREO Cookie, Chocolate Truffle, and Strawberry Confetti, is a treat for guests’ taste buds and eyes with premium fillings and creative toppings. Handcrafted with care by bakers in restaurant, these are the crave-worthy donuts of your dreams.

    Inspired by delicious flavor combinations, Dream Donuts are specialty donuts that complement the Tim Hortons classic donuts our guests know and love. The new Dream Donuts include:

    OREO Cookie Dream Donut: a cookies & cream style donut featuring OREO cookie pieces and a vanilla fluff icing swirl on white fondant, topped with an OREO cookie half

    Chocolate Truffle Dream Donut: a chocolate donut cut in half and filled with whipped chocolate and topped with a chocolate ganache and mini chocolate chips

    Strawberry Confetti Dream Donut: a donut dipped in strawberry fondant and finished with a pink icing swirl and brightly colored confetti sprinkles

    “Tim Hortons has been bringing guests the classic donuts they love for generations, but our guests are also actively seeking premium donuts with specialty ingredients,” says Ricardo Azevedo of Tim Hortons, “Our new Dream Donuts meet that next level of donut deliciousness, particularly with a cookie favorite like OREO®.”

    Alongside the new Dream Donuts, the brand is also launching Iced Cold Brew and Vanilla Cream Cold Brew. Tim Hortons Cold Brew is steeped in-house for 16 hours, using its 100% premium Arabica beans, for a rich and smooth texture and taste. Vanilla Cream Cold Brew is Tim Hortons Cold Brew with a touch of vanilla flavor to add sweetness to this creamy beverage with a dramatic look.

    Dream donuts are available for $1.99 and Cold Brew beverages start at $2.39 at participating U.S. locations. Price and participation may vary. While supplies last.

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