When it comes to the perfect Canadian summer sip, it’s hard to beat a Tim Horton’s Iced Capp — which is why we were especially excited to see that Tim Horton’s has launched three new chilled drinks, just in time for a hot Canadian summer. The new lineup includes the Oreo Double Stuf Iced Capp, Oreo Strawberry Creamy Chill and Caramel Toffee Cold Brew. These new bevvies join returning Tim Hortons summer classics, including the Tims Strawberry Frozen Lemonade, Strawberry Watermelon and Peach Real Fruit Quenchers, Vanilla Iced Latte, and of course the iconic Iced Capp.
Read on for our honest review of these new Tim Hortons summer drinks.
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Tim Hortons Caramel Toffee Cold Brew Review
As big fans of the Tim Hortons Vanilla Cream Cold Brew, we had high hopes for this drink, but sadly it just didn’t live up to our expectations. Steeped for 16 hours, the cold brew does deliver on a smooth, velvety finish, but we found the Caramel Toffee syrup to be cloyingly sweet. The drink is meant to be served with an espresso-infused cold foam, but the Tim Hortons location we visited didn’t have the foam available, so be sure to ask if you order it.
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Tim Hortons Oreo Strawberry Creamy Chill Review
Strawberry Frappuccino lovers, this one’s for you! This drink combines the sweet, fruity flavours of strawberry ice cream with crunchy Oreo cookie pieces, and is then topped with whipped cream and more Oreo crumbles. While it’s probably not something we’d order every day, it certainly makes for a yummy dessert and we have a feeling kiddos will love this one.
Tim Hortons Oreo Double Stuf Iced Capp Review
What do you get when you combine the iconic flavours of an Iced Capp and an Oreo? This absolutely delicious drink that hits all of our favourite coffee and cookie notes. A smooth, creamy Iced Capp is blended up with Oreo cookie pieces and vanilla syrup, then topped with whipped cream and more Oreo crumbles for a seriously decadent coffee-meets-dessert. We have a feeling we’ll be ordering this one all summer long.
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The new Tim Hortons cold beverages are available in Tim Hortons restaurants and through mobile order or delivery on the Tims app. Prices range from $3-$4.