American Tim Horton’s launches 1.5 litres ‘mom-sized’ iced coffee for Mother’s Day
Are you a busy mom on mothers day?
A Tim Horton’s in Michigan has launched an iced coffee made just for you and is giving them away for free on a first come, first serve basis.
Here is the kicker, each cup is filled with over 1.5 litres of coffee goodness, that is almost as much as an entire pot.
To receive the cup, participating moms just have to say they want their coffee “mom-sized.”
According to a Detroit news site, “it’s open for all moms, even dog moms, on Mother’s Day.”
What do you think about the “mom-sized” iced coffees? Do you need one?
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Tim Hortons’ venture into the vegan market will be coming to an end if you live outside of Ontario or British Columbia.
The majority-Brazilian-owned Canadian food giant says the sandwiches were introduced as a limited time offer with the possibility of becoming permanent.
“We are always listening to our guests and testing a wide variety of products across the country,” said Restaurant Brands International (RBI) to CBC News.
“Both the Beyond Burger and Beyond Meat breakfast sandwiches were introduced as a limited time offer. We have particularly seen positive reaction to our Beyond Meat offering in Ontario and B.C., especially breakfast, and are proud to offer both alternatives in those regions.”
RBI has said the burger will still be available nation-wide for the time being. The Beyond Meat breakfast sandwiches will be sold until supplies last, but will only continue to be sold in Ontario and British Columbia.
Plant-based meats have been all the craze lately, with Beyond Meat selling like hotcakes, and chains like A&W completely selling out for months.
So unfortunately for vegans who aren’t in Ontario or B.C., you’ll have to look for another place to go. Let it also be noted that today is National Cheeseburger Day, so perhaps that should be on the menu tonight!
Tim Hortons, Canada’s favourite coffee and donuts shop, has come out with a brand new meatless option that may surprise many.
The Tim Horton’s Beyond Burger is the newest addition to Tim Horton’s 100% plant-based patty menu options. The meatless burgers will soon be available at more than 4000 locations, nationwide.
“This marks the first time Tim Hortons has been able to include a burger on the menu because the burger patty is prepared in the same way as the Beyond Sausage patty for the new breakfast sandwiches,” reads a release by the coffee shop.
Tim Hortons appears to be riding on the meatless wave taking over a number of fast-food chains across Canada. A&W’s Beyond Meat burger, for example, has boomed in popularity.
Tims plans on releasing two different types of experimental burgers. The Beyond Burger, topped with processed cheese, lettuce, tomato, ketchup, mustard, and mayo, or the BBQ Beyond Burger, which swaps out ketchup and mustard for their BBQ sauce.
The burgers will sell for just under six dollars at $5.69.
A toddler in New York has died after falling through the lid of a grease collection tank behind a Tim Hortons restaurant.
According to the Rochester Police, the three-year-old fell through the cover on Monday morning.
Witnesses attempted to help him and administered CPR.
The child was pronounced dead at the Strong Memorial Hospital.
Grease traps are set up behind restaurants to keep used oil and grease out of sewer systems, as they are substances that can cause major clogging and expensive repairs.
Lawmakers in Alabama recently passed legislation that would require more secure covers after a three-year-old girl died in similar conditions in Auburn, Alabama just a couple of years ago.
In Tulsa, Oklahoma, a five-year-old girl was rescued after falling into a grease trap in March 2018.