Tim Hortons’ Buffalo-Flavoured Latte Has Everyone Confused

It was only a matter of time before Tim Hortons came up with their own unique drink to rival Starbucks’ ever-popular pumpkin spice latte. But unfortunately, their latest invention has everyone confused thanks to its bizarre choice of flavour: buffalo sauce.

Yep, someone actually thought that buffalo sauce and coffee would be the perfect combination to spice up your morning.

Here’s the Buffalo-flavoured latte in all its glory:

A post shared by Tim Hortons US (@timhortonsus) on Oct 12, 2017 at 4:39am PDT

According to a press release, the latte is made from “freshly brewed espresso, steamed milk, mocha, and bold Buffalo sauce flavour.” And to top it off, the drink is dusted with Buffalo seasoning to give it a real kick!

Naturally, the internet had some strong feelings (and questions) about Tim’s latest menu addition.

Have they lost their minds?

— scarlett boulevard (@scarlettboulev2) October 12, 2017

You have got to be kidding. Buffalo sauce flavored beer maybe but coffee no way

— Chris Schneider (@Cameraman2014) October 13, 2017


— Laura Nicole (@laurabagley4) October 13, 2017

Not sure how to feel? Allow me to help you with that. pic.twitter.com/SQhS5vpwIc

— Keith Adams Jr. (@BigBrother1988) October 12, 2017

Many also looked to Canucks for answers, considering Tim’s is a well-known Canadian coffee chain.

Only in Canada 🙄

— Janet Shafer (@jshafer317) October 12, 2017

This is why nobody takes Canada seriously.

— The Blunt Doctor (@Blunt_Doctor_RX) October 12, 2017

Canada, put down the buffalo sauce latte, hand over the healthcare. https://t.co/mdBpB1dkkQ

— Chuck Wendig (@ChuckWendig) October 13, 2017

But hey, don’t blame us! According to the company’s press release, the Buffalo-flavoured latte is actually an American invention and is only available in Buffalo, N.Y., A.K.A. home …read more

Source:: The Huffington Post – Canada Travel

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