You’ve heard of a regular coffee from Tim Hortons, and you’ve definitely heard of the famous Canadian double-double, but have you ever heard of someone ordering a Wayne Gretzky-style coffee? Well, it turns out that the Tim Hortons' "Wayne Gretzky" coffee does actually exist, and this Canadian guy has gone viral for ordering it!\nWe’re all guilty of occasionally having a little too much sugar and cream in our coffee, and it’s not unusual to hear somebody order a super-sweet triple-triple. However, one Canadian guy took things to the next level at his local Tim Hortons drive-thru, and now the video is going viral.\nUp until now, the "Wayne Gretsky" coffee at Tim Hortons has been a bit of a myth, and it’s never really been confirmed whether or not it officially exists.\nHowever, this adventurous Canadian actually went and ordered the crazy drink, and the Tim Hortons staff seemed to know exactly what it was that he wanted!\nIf you don’t know, or haven’t yet made the connection, the Tim Hortons “Wayne Gretsky” is a coffee with nine sugars and nine creams, honouring the former NHL superstar who used to play with a number 99 jersey.\nView this post on Instagram Fall roads lead to Tims 🍂 📸: @daniel_reinis A post shared by Tim Hortons (@timhortons) on Oct 17, 2019 at 10:00am PDT\nSharing the video of his 9x9 coffee experience on video-sharing app TikTok, the guy can be seen making his way through the Tim Hortons drive-thru, stopping to ask for a “medium Gretsky” at the order screen.\nThe Tim Hortons employee, who initially acts unsurprised by the order confirmed, “A medium 9x9?”\nThe guy, who posted under the username @s.lair, says “yes please,” before driving around to pick his order up.\nWhen he arrives at the pick-up window, there’s a whole bunch of Tim Hortons staff waiting for him, gathering to marvel at the infamous "Gretzky" coffee.\nOne Tim Hortons employee asks the guy, “Are you ok?!”\nWhile another adds, “Do you even like coffee?!”\nA third jokes, “Disclaimer: You might die!”\nOK so I just heard that when you order a Wayne Gretzky from Tim Hortons it actually means 9×9! pic.twitter.com/ACoRCLZxJ4— 𝕒𝕟𝕕𝕣𝕖𝕒 🎅🏼 (@passionateplus) October 25, 2019\nWhile the original video was posted back in the summer, it’s still gaining plenty of traction online and has even been picked up by some popular Tim Hortons meme pages.\nIn the comments, many Canadians were shook that the “Gretzky” actually exists.\nOne person responded, "I didn't even know Timmies did that and I've lived in Canada my whole life?!"\nAnother TikTok user responded in the comments, “I love how all the employees are at the window trying to look at the clown that ordered some coffee with their sugary milk."\nAnother joked, “I work at Tim Hortons and I would start dying if somebody did this!"\nSomeone else commented, "So much Canadian in one video!"\nView this post on Instagram Happy #NationalCoffeeDay! Treat yourself to a coffee on us when you make an eligible mobile order using the Tims Hortons app today or tomorrow ☕️ Further terms and conditions apply. . . . . . Complete a purchase that is greater than $0.50 CAD (excluding taxes, and including discounts) on either September 28 or 29, 2019 using the Tims Rewards app to receive a National Coffee Day reward (can be redeemed for an eligible beverage or baked good). Limit of one (1) eligible purchase per person per day (i.e. respectively on 28th and 29th) for a total limit of 2 National Coffee Day rewards per person. Limit of 5 Tims rewards (across all types of rewards) at any given time in connection with the National Coffee Day offer. Allow 24-60 hours after an eligible purchase to receive the National Coffee Day Offer reward. Further terms and conditions apply – see https://timhortons.com/timsrewards/terms-conditions/ for full offer details. A post shared by Tim Hortons (@timhortons) on Sep 28, 2019 at 4:12am PDT\nNext time you're looking for a pretty intense sugar rush, you know what to order!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.