This article was originally published in February 2019

Tim Hortons is starting the new year with an all-new lineup of treats and beverages, including a very unusual and exciting flavour of Timbits. To celebrate Canada's love for their iconic Double Double, Tim Hortons has officially introduced the Double Double Timbit across the country. Nope, we're not kidding - it's literally Tim Hortons coffee with double cream and sugar, packed into bite-sized Timbit form. 

The Double Double Timbit is sure to be a popular one this winter, as many Canadians are already likely dying to find out how the flavour measures up to the real thing. For a limited time, you can try it at participating Tims locations across Canada, for about 29¢/each or $2.39 for 10.

Also new to the Tim Hortons menu are several hot beverages and a new donut. Here's the complete list of new arrivals, announced by Tims this morning:

  • Tiramisu Donut: Filled with coffee-flavoured Tiramisu filling, topped with a dusting of cocoa powder and two Tim Hortons® espresso beans, this is a twist on a go-to favourite treat (espresso beans available where espresso beverages are offered) for $1.59*.
  • Caramel Fudge Hot Chocolate: What is better than a hot chocolate with an added caramel fudge flavour, whipped topping, and caramel fudge drizzle? $2.69*.
  • Caramel Fudge French Vanilla: Change up your French Vanilla with added caramel fudge flavour, whipped topping, and caramel fudge drizzle $2.99*.
  • Caramel Fudge Latte: You'll like this one a Latte! Enjoy the caramel fudge flavour, whipped topping, and caramel fudge drizzle $3.59*.

Tim Hortons spent the latter half of 2018 campaigning to win Canada's love back, following their serious fall from grace. The coffee chain plummeted down the list of Canada's most influential brands, and it seemed like every Canadian had something to say about the diminishing quality of their coffee.

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Clearly, Tim Hortons is pulling out all the stops to climb their way back to the top. They now have their own version of Happy Meals and according to employees, you don't even have to be a kid to order them. And I think we can all agree that nothing is more exciting than Happy Meals for adults.

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