Tim Hortons is making their way to the frozen aisle at a grocery store near you, as the coffee chain is releasing a new line of coffee and donut-flavoured ice cream.
Scheduled to launch this March in Canada, Tim Hortons Ice Cream is available in five different flavours, each inspired by popular menu items from the Tim Hortons menu – Apple Fritter, Birthday Cake Timbits, Double Chocolate Donut, Fruit Explosion and Salted Caramel Iced Capp.
All five varieties are made with 100% Canadian dairy in partnership with Shaw's Ice Cream, a Canadian ice cream producer headquartered in Tillsonburg, Ontario.
"Tim Hortons has been a beloved taste of Canada since 1964 and we're really excited to be re-imagining some of our most popular flavours as ice creams," said Tim Hortons Global Retail Vice President Sourabh Malik. "Canadians are going to love Tim Hortons Ice Cream and how we've brought our unique, only-at-Tims tastes to a new dimension. These new ice cream pints are bursting with inclusions like caramel, apple and chocolate donut pieces."
This isn't the first time Tim Hortons has introduced a grocery store product based on their menu, as the company launched their much-hyped Timbits Cereal back in January 2020. Since then, the Tim Hortons grocery catalogue has expanded with other non-coffee items including canned soup and granola bars.
Tim Hortons Ice Cream will be available in 500mL pints and sold at several major grocery stores across Canada including Co-op, Loblaws, Longo's, Metro, No Frills, Real Canadian Superstore, Sobeys and Walmart.
Source: Tim Hortons