Tim Hortons unveils holiday-themed baked goods and beverages
Good news for fans of festive, baked goods, and bad news for those who feel November is too early to start celebrating the holidays.
Tim Hortons has unveiled its holiday-themed baked goods and packaging.
This year, Canada's favourite coffee chain will be offering two new donuts--the Polar Bear Dream Donuts and Chocolate Hazelnut Eclair Dream Donuts, as well as a Filled Sugar Cookie, and a Filled Muffin that will be available as of November 25.
Tims will also be festive beverages, including the Candy Cane Classic and White Hot Chocolate.
This year's holiday theme has been dubbed It’s the Most Wonderful Tims of the Year theme, and limited-edition packaging will include hot beverage cups, hot beverage sleeves, Timbits boxes and donut boxes.
Additionally, $1 from every purchase of a holiday gift item will be donated to the Tim Hortons Foundation Camps.
“The launch of our festive holiday lineup is always popular among our guests and given that the spirit of warmth, caring and kindness is more important than ever, we’re really excited that sales of our holiday gifts will support the Tim Hortons Foundation Camps,” Hope Bagozzi, chief marketing officer for Tim Hortons, said in a news release.
“With every purchase of a holiday gift item at participating restaurants, $1 will be donated to the Foundation. And starting Dec. 2nd, guests can make a $1 donation to the Foundation and receive a snowflake that they can write their name on and have posted on the walls around the restaurant as a show of support for the important work the Foundation does for young people across Canada," she continued.
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