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For all my fellow Canadians, where was the best cup of Tim Horton's you've ever had? We all know sometimes they aren't made correctly, but when they are made perfectly, they are an absolute beauty.
My personal best cup of Tim's was on a road trip in Alberta, in Red Deer. Dear lord that coffee..
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A cup I made for myself when I worked there
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#7
It was somewhere along the 401. Probably wasn't actually the best cup I've had, just seemed that way because I was hella tired.
#8
I'm not a fan of coffee much but Timmy's has some delicious foods for sure. The American ones are shitty as far as selection goes... the Canadian stores are far superior.
#9
lol Canada

Just kidding.
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the cup i'm getting myself this morning




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the cup i'm getting myself this morning


If everything goes as planned in a few hours, I think I will be joining you spiritually with that cup this morning
#12
The cup I'll be enjoying as we win another gold medal with ease
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white people worked there
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Got a roll up the rim the other day with two free coffee prizes. And the brown lady behind the counter actually mixed the sugar properly
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#17
That town outside of Edmonton with that giant ass ceramic egg. Mixed some Captain Morgan's 100 proof in with my large sextuple-sextuple coffee.
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walkers and mainway if you are ever in burlington
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What's a cup of timmy's?
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What's a cup of timmy's?

Coffee place originally founded by Tim Horton when he was a rock on the Maple Leafs defence back in the 1960s. It's basically Canadian Starbucks
#22
So... overpriced bad coffee? Yeah no thanks.
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So... overpriced bad coffee? Yeah no thanks.

Canadian starbucks in terms of them being everywhere. It's cheap.

^ cold? thats a new one
#26
tim hortons overpriced? how ****ing poor are you people?




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white people worked there


I'm from OS and it's so nice to think that the first time I've seen my small city mentioned on any forum is for its excess of whiteness.
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I've only ever seen Deadmau5 order extra large Double Doubles. So that. The closest thing we have in Australia is Starbucks, and there aren't even any of them in my state.
#30
Why would you make such a specific thread?
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#31
I presuming if it's anything like any other chain coffee in any other country it is mediocre and coffee snobs are laughing at you for wasting your money on such junk.

My sister has been to canada and says Tim Horton's is marginally better than Starbucks but that's not something to brag about.
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I presuming if it's anything like any other chain coffee in any other country it is mediocre and coffee snobs are laughing at you for wasting your money on such junk.

and "coffee snobs" are laughed at by normal people for being superior about such a stupid thing. Childish.
#33
why pay more for an inferior product
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#34
You don't pay more? Find me cheaper coffee that is widely available and of a higher quality when you are out. You can't and you are being dumb.
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The cup I'll be enjoying as we win another gold medal with ease

so dreamy

can't wait til dat face is on every loaf of bread and every cereal box I buy for the next 4 years
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You don't pay more?



Not in London.


also nice on the win, seeing sweden lose got me stiff.
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#37
How much is a cup anyway?

Starbucks is actually on the cheaper side for chain coffee here, especially when you factor in the sbux card and all. Local coffee is as low as 50 cents maybe $2 at the most but it's a completely different beverage altogether.
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Not in London.

I'd imagine a goddamn plane ticket would add to the price of Timmies coffee for a Brit.

Tim Hortons coffee is the cheapest combined with the most widely available. You have no basis of comparison so I don't know why you are being dumb about this?

Yeah, good on them for winning for sure.
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How much is a cup anyway?

Starbucks is actually on the cheaper side for chain coffee here, especially when you factor in the sbux card and all. Local coffee is as low as 50 cents maybe $2 at the most but it's a completely different beverage altogether.

I get a medium every day, its $1.60 total (like 1.40 american), and they changed their cup sizes recently so a medium is their old large, probably two typical mugs at home.
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I get a medium every day, its $1.60 total (like 1.40 american), and they changed their cup sizes recently so a medium is their old large, probably two typical mugs at home.

Also have to keep in mind price relative to the rest of the market. Food/drink is expensive here.
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