If You REALLY Love Buffalo Wings, We Found Your Next Coffee Obsession
Oct 13 2017 by Johnny Bowman
If you're already wondering where you can get your buffalo latte fix (you okay hun?), don't get too excited, as the exclusive coffee will only be available at the chain's two outposts in Buffalo.
Tim Horton's is launching a new Buffalo Latte as part of its new espresso line at select restaurants.
Been on the verge of throwing up for a couple hours now, and Tim Hortons having a "Buffalo Latte" might be what pushes me over the edge.
A pair of Tim Horton's locations in Buffalo, N.Y., have introduced a new drink combining Buffalo-flavor seasoning and seasonal lattes.
"The unlikely pairing of sweet mocha and tangy Buffalo sauce come together to create an unexpectedly delicious sweet and spicy treat we hope our guests will enjoy", said Stephen Goldstein, the chain's USA president.
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The drinks will be served at two Buffalo, New York locations from now until October 20.
The Buffalo Latte starts at $2.79 and will be offered at two Tim Hortons® Buffalo restaurants located at 4849 Transit Road in Depew, NY and 3470 Main St in Buffalo, NY while supplies last.
While the promotion will undoubtedly bring in the connoisseurs of curious culinary creations, the reactions to the news on social media so far have been less than favorable - "yikes", "gross" and "nope" being the most popular so far. With actual Buffalo-flavored lattes! And that somebody clearly works for Tim Hortons.
Stephen Goldstein, regional president of Tim Hortons U.S. said the chain concocted the weird drink to celebrate the birthplace of the famous wing sauce.
This isn't the first time the American Tim Hortons has served an unusual menu item.