In a recent tweet by Tim Hortons, the iconic Canadian coffee and doughnut chain posed a question to its loyal customers: “As the Walnut Crunchback Tour rolls towards its curtain call, it got us thinking: what other donut(s) would you like to see make a comeback?” The response was overwhelming, with over 900 replies pouring in from nostalgic Canadians pleading for the return of their favorite discontinued menu items. This groundswell of support is a testament to the deep connection between Tim Hortons and its customers and highlights the enduring love for the brand’s classic offerings.
As the Walnut Crunchback Tour rolls towards its curtain call, it got us thinking: what other donut(s) would you like to see make a comeback?
A) Blueberry Fritter
C) Chocolate Eclair
D) Cinnamon Twist
E) Something else?
— Tim Hortons (@TimHortons) June 14, 2023
Tim Hortons holds a special place in the hearts of many Canadians. It has become more than just a fast-food chain; it is an integral part of the cultural fabric of the nation. The brand’s menu items evoke feelings of nostalgia, reminding customers of childhood memories and the simple pleasures of life. Discontinued treats like the Blueberry Fritter, Dutchie, Chocolate Eclair, and Cinnamon Twist hold a sentimental value for Canadians who have grown up enjoying these delectable delights.
Bring Back Discontinued Menu Items Twitter Reaction
The power of social media in shaping consumer sentiment and influencing business decisions cannot be understated. Tim Hortons’ tweet about bringing back lost menu items struck a chord with its loyal customer base. The tweet garnered an unprecedented response, igniting a passionate conversation across platforms. Canadians flooded the comment section, expressing their desire to see the return of their beloved treats. The overwhelming support sent a clear message to Tim Hortons that its customers want to relive the memories associated with these menu items.
NUTELLA DONUT!!!!! 🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤
— Tammy Shaw #Loveeternal ❤️ (@Tammy_Shaw) June 14, 2023
E) I would like to get a walnut crunch! Bring it back for good. Unfortunately every special trip I made, the elusive donut was sold out /unavailable. Crushed! Please bring it back! @TimHortons #walnutcrunch
— LG (@LauraGrey8) June 14, 2023
Dutchie would actually get me to patronize your stores, again. When you quit the Dutchie . . . I quit you. And so did most of my family.
— Passionately ambivalent extremist (@anthonybakker3) June 14, 2023
If you’re going to hurt me again, then the first 3 have to come back.
I dunno if I can look at you the same anymore. Our love isn’t what it was.
— Trev (@TrevorHickey81) June 14, 2023
I miss the cinnamon twist so badly. It’s simplicity was perfect for a treat. I would first untwist it, then break it down into sections. Sometimes to share, sometimes to slowly enjoy. It was the item on the menu not seeped in supersweet, and you could actually taste the cinnamon.
— Christina & Martin (@CarrHunger) June 15, 2023
The Dutchie is more than a donut. It’s a Canadian icon. The square, sugar-glazed monolith that towers over every other treat while Thus Spake Zarathustra blares triumphantly. Mounties should ride them into battle.
— Graham Mutch (@GrahamMutch) June 14, 2023
Bring back the poutine!! And not just for a limited time! And make sure to put it in all Toronto locations. Thank u!
— Marie Evans (@MarieEv86) June 15, 2023
I want those strawberry tarts that had the strawberry glaze on top and custard in the middle. 🤤 yes please!
— BuzzInc (@BuzzzInc_) June 14, 2023
My Vote would be A) Blueberry Fritter
— Lance Storm (@LanceStorm) June 14, 2023
DUTCHIE!!!!! But also how about just focusing on donuts again, rice bowls, ice cream and roast beef sandwiches are not what made Tim Hortons popular long ago.
— Lee Siegel (@Lee_Siegel) June 14, 2023
Dutchie ! Nice and warm
Tims was my first job, we had donuts and muffins and cookies were new! I worked at I think store 52 when it was “Teds” Donuts showed up warm twice a day.
— Rosita Verde 🇨🇦 (@GrinandBe) June 15, 2023
Many Canadians are begging Tim Hortons to bring back discontinued menu items. In a recent tweet, Tim Hortons asked their followers what discontinued menu items they miss the most. The response was overwhelming, with many people listing their favorite discontinued items. Some of the most popular items mentioned include:
- The maple pecan danish
- The cherry timbits
- The strawberry banana smoothie
- The frozen raspberry lemonade
- The bread bowl
- The blueberry fritter
- The pretzel bagel
- The extreme Italian sandwich
- The ham and Swiss sandwich
- The coffee cake
Tim Hortons has not yet announced whether or not they will bring back any of these discontinued items. However, the response from their followers has been very positive, so it is possible that we may see some of these items return to the menu in the future.