Justin Bieber Just Launched His 'Timbiebs' At Tim Hortons & There Are 3 New Flavours

This is not a drill! Justin Bieber has launched his own Timbits at Tim Hortons and three new flavours are now available.

In what could be the most Canadian collab ever, Bieber teamed up with the Canadian coffee chain to create and launch a limited-edition collection of "Timbiebs" that are inspired by his love of all things Tims.

There are three Timbiebs flavours: Chocolate White Fudge, Sour Cream Chocolate Chip and Birthday Cake Waffle.

As of Monday, November 29, people across Canada and the U.S. are able to get these bite-sized treats for a limited time at Tims locations.

Bieber told the Tims team that Timbits are his favourite menu item but he obviously likes a whole lot more than just the donut holes. He's been very obvious on social media about his love affair — and sometimes his unhappiness — with the iconic Canadian coffee chain.

This collab was first teased by Bieber a few days before the sweet reveal when he posted a photo of him picking out jewelry with a Tims cup in full view!

Attention, all Tim Hortons lovers! The coffee giant now has oat milk available at all restaurants in Canada, and it looks all kinds of frothy and delicious.

On Monday, November 6, Timmies announced that customers can now order Chobani oat beverage as a plant-based alternative in their drinks, including in brewed tea and coffee.

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The Timbiebs obsession is still in full effect across Canada, but one person took a decidedly different approach to the tasty treat.

Toronto-based artist Keenan D'Abreo recently debuted a portrait of Justin Bieber made out of Timbits in honour of the singer's partnership with Tim Hortons, and it's seriously impressive.

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Timbiebs Merch Is Being Restocked At Tim Hortons Because So Many Locations Sold Out

People have been reselling merch online and one box was listed for $950,000!

People just can't get enough of Justin Bieber's Timbiebs apparently and Tim Hortons is restocking the merch because it sold out so fast at locations all over the country.

In a statement to Narcity on December 4, Tim Hortons' chief marketing officer Hope Bagozzi announced the restock and said that they knew it would be a challenge to keep up with the demand for not only the Timbits but the merch as well.

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The Justin Bieber "Timbiebs" collab with Tim Hortons is the gift that keeps on giving, but some people are taking a decidedly un-Canadian approach to the situation.

The singer paired up with the coffee giant to put out a limited-edition line of Timbits called Timbiebs. If you order a 10-pack, you can snag a custom cardboard box and there's also merch available for purchase in the form of a toque, fanny pack, and tote with the Timbiebs logo.

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