Tim Horton's, the Canadian quick-service restaurant chain that has 94 locations in the USA, has offered up a challenge to the reigning king of fall flavors: a latte topped with Buffalo sauce.
Timmies unleashed its newest "treat" Thursday afternoon and it's pretty much exactly what you might suspect a Buffalo Latte would be - a mocha latte, with swirls of Buffalo sauce flavoring, topped with whipped cream and a healthy dusting of "zesty Buffalo seasoning".
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"The unlikely pairing of sweet mocha and tangy Buffalo sauce come together to create an unexpectedly delicious sweet and spicy treat we hope our guests will enjoy", said Stephen Goldstein, the chain's USA president. The bad news, if you were nervous which "Buffalo" the name referred to, is that the drink also contains an unclear amount of the famous wing sauce invented there in 1964. Introducing, the Buffalo latte. And that somebody clearly works for Tim Hortons.
Tim Hortons recently launched a new espresso line-up featuring premium, handcrafted espresso beverages including lattes, Americanos and cappuccinos - each available hot or iced.
For those of you not as ambitious, they're still offering up flavours like aramel, vanilla, mocha, and pumpkin spice for you enjoy this fall.