The article discusses the recent announcement by Tim Hortons, a popular coffee and donut chain in Canada, about the reintroduction of some of Tim Hortons Retro Donuts. The article provides details about which donuts are making a comeback and why the company decided to reintroduce them.
Tim Hortons is a well-known and beloved brand in Canada, with a long-standing history in the country. The company has become a cultural icon in Canada and has played a significant role in shaping the country’s food culture. Tim Hortons is known for its coffee, donuts, and other baked goods, which are popular among Canadians of all ages.
Tim Hortons was founded in 1964 by former NHL player Tim Horton and has since grown to become one of the largest coffee and donut chains in Canada. In 2014, Tim Hortons was acquired by Restaurant Brands International, which also owns Burger King and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen. Despite the change in ownership, Tim Hortons remains a staple of Canadian culture and a beloved brand in the country.
Tim Hortons Retro Donuts Return
This June, an icon is making a comeback.
The Walnut Crunch is coming to a Tims near you!
— Tim Hortons (@TimHortons) April 18, 2023
Tim Hortons has announced the reintroduction two most popular retro donuts, Walnut Crunch and Cherry Stick donuts. On June 2 to celebrate National Donut Day. These donuts were previously removed from the menu as the company shifted its focus to newer and trendier products.
Tim Hortons said: “The Walnut Crunch will be available starting May 31 at participating restaurants until June 28 or while supplies last. The Cherry Stick will also be available at participating restaurants for a limited time”
Hi! The Walnut Crunch will be available starting May 31 at participating restaurants until June 28 or while supplies last. The Cherry Stick will also be available at participating restaurants for a limited time. 🙂
— Tim Hortons (@TimHortons) April 19, 2023
“Both the Walnut Crunch and Cherry Stick were iconic donuts in their time and I’m happy to report they still pack the same punch in every bite,” says Tallis Voakes, Director of Culinary Innovation at Tim Hortons. “Guests are not going to want to miss the chance to enjoy these donuts while they are available for a limited time only.”
The announcement of the return of these classic donuts has been met with excitement and enthusiasm from Tim Hortons’ loyal customers across Canada. Many have taken to social media to express their excitement and nostalgia for these old favorites. Some customers have even shared their personal stories and memories of enjoying these donuts in the past, highlighting the emotional connection that Canadians have with Tim Hortons and its products.
The history of Tim Hortons donuts
Tim Hortons started serving donuts in 1964, the same year the company was founded. At the time, they only offered two types of donuts, the Apple Fritter and the Dutchie. However, the popularity of these donuts quickly grew, and Tim Hortons soon became known for its wide selection of fresh and delicious donuts.
Over the years, Tim Hortons has introduced many new flavors and varieties of donuts, including the Honey Cruller, Chocolate Dip, and Boston Cream. The company has also experimented with different shapes and sizes of donuts, such as the Timbit, a bite-sized donut hole. In recent years, Tim Hortons has focused on introducing new, trendy flavors, such as the Oreo Cookie Donut and the Nutella-filled Donut.
Tim Hortons’ donuts have become an important part of Canadian culture and identity. The company’s coffee and donuts are a ubiquitous presence in the country, with over 4,000 locations across Canada. Tim Hortons’ donuts have also become a symbol of Canadian pride, with many people around the world associating them with Canada. The company’s annual Roll Up the Rim to Win contest has become a national tradition, with millions of Canadians eagerly participating every year.