Tim Hortons is known around the world for their coffee, and now Canadians can enjoy a taste of classic Tim Hortons coffee flavours from the comfort of home. The brand is officially rolling out their line of Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers Canada-wide, and we got to try them first. Read on for our honest review, plus everything to know.
What flavours are the new Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers available in?
The Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers are available in three classic Tim Hortons flavours: Double Double, Vanilla Dip Donut and Chocolate Dip Donut.
What are the new Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers made of?
All of the new Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers are made with 100 per cent real Canadian dairy and do not contain artificial preservatives or added vegetable oils. This is an important distinction, considering that many coffee creamers currently on the market often do.
How do the new Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers taste?
The real dairy in all of the Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers really shines through, but by far our favourite flavour was the Vanilla Dip Donut. It really manages to capture that signature Tim Hortons Vanilla Dip Donut flavour, and swirled into coffee it’s a uniquely clever combination of flavours that genuinely works well as a coffee creamer. We’ll definitely be adding this one to our carts!
Our second favourite was the Double Double flavour. It’s certainly delicious, but considering that Double Doubles are just coffee with cream and sugar, this creamer essentially just saves you the step of adding both cream and sugar to your coffee. That said, it is a good option if you prefer your coffees iced, as there’s nothing worse than crunching on sugar granules in your iced coffee.
Coming in last place for us was the Chocolate Dip Donut. The chocolate has a cloyingly synthetic flavour that was not particularly enjoyable, and doesn’t quite capture the flavours of the Chocolate Dip Donut we know and love.
Where can I find the new Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers?
Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers are rolling out now to grocery stores across Canada including Sobeys, Safeway, FreshCo, Metro Ontario, Walmart Canada and Co-Op stores, and at Loblaws (No Frills, Real Canadian Super Store, Fortinos and Your Independent Grocer). Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers are currently unavailable in Quebec and Nova Scotia.
How much are the new Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers?
The Tim Hortons Coffee Creamers retail for around $6, depending on your region and grocery store.