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Tim Hortons Actually Introduced a Buffalo-Sauce Latte Because Nothing Matters Anymore

13 October 2017

The Buffalo News reports the city's Tim Hortons franchises were also first to receive new espresso machines to make the lattes, steaming the milk until frothy for a more potent espresso "than the previously tepid mix". The epitome of Fall is making the transition from iced coffee to hot beverages, and while some people may go all-out with pumpkin-flavored hot drinks, Tim Hortons has unveiled a jaw-dropping new menu item to welcome the cooler months - a Buffalo Latte.

The Buffalo Latte starts at $2.79 and will be offered while supplies last.

According to the company, the drink will consist of "freshly brewed espresso, steamed milk, mocha and bold Buffalo sauce flavour" and will be topped with a "dusting of zesty Buffalo seasoning".

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Buffalo sauce, the unique flavor with origins in Buffalo, New York, is on to a new frontier - lattes.

"Tim Hortonsand Buffalo sauce were both born in 1964, so why not take these two Buffalo staples and combine them?" says Stephen Goldstein, Regional President, Tim HortonsU.S.

If you'll be in the Buffalo, NY area and are feeling up for it, try it and let us know how it tastes!

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But even those spice addicts might be given pause by Tim Hortons latest limited edition product: the Buffalo Latte.

The reactions to this "sweet and spicy treat" have been mixed.

"If Tim Hortons honestly thinks that I'm going to spend $$ on a buffalo wing flavored latte, just bc I live there.they're absolutely right", one customer said on Twitter.

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Tim Hortons Actually Introduced a Buffalo-Sauce Latte Because Nothing Matters Anymore