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August 28, 2018

Tim Hortons expands menu with new beverage option

Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons has expanded its beverage menu with the launch of the pumpkin spice iced capp drink across the country.

Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons has expanded its beverage menu with the launch of the pumpkin spice iced capp drink across the country.

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Available for a limited time, pumpkin spice iced capp is a blend of the company’s iced capp beverage and pumpkin pie along with cream, pumpkin spice syrup, whipped topping and pumpkin spice drizzle.

Tim Hortons Canada marketing head Jorge Zaidan said: “Tim Hortons pumpkin spice products have become a fall tradition and we know how much our guests look forward to their arrival each year.

“The iconic iced capp first launched in 1999 and over the last 19 years has quickly become one of our most popular cold beverages. This year, we wanted to surprise and delight Canadians with a fall twist on this summer favourite, the pumpkin spice iced capp.”

“The iconic iced capp first launched in 1999 and over the last 19 years has quickly become one of our most popular cold beverages.”

The company has also launched a range of autumn-inspired menu items, which include pumpkin spice latte, pumpkin spice muffin, apple cinnamon tart and caramel apple Danish.

The pumpkin spice latte is a blended espresso with steamed milk, pumpkin pie spice, whipped topping and pumpkin spice drizzle while the pumpkin spice muffin is baked with pumpkin spices and filled with a cream cheese centre.

The apple cinnamon tart is made using mini apple pie, graham cracker crust and apple cinnamon filling while the caramel apple Danish is a pastry packed with caramel and apple filling.

Established in 1964, Tim Hortons offers a range of menu items such as premium coffee and hot and cold drinks such as lattes, cappuccinos and espresso shots, speciality teas and fruit smoothies.

It also offers food choices such as baked goods, grilled Panini and classic sandwiches, wraps, soups and prepared foods.

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