On January 16, 2012, Tim Hortons announced it will be brewing its biggest cup yet, with the introduction of a brand new extra large cup.
We thought this would be of news to most of our readers (many of whom are avid Tim Hortons fans).
Starting January 23, 2012, the new cup will offer coffee lovers across Canada a premium quality, extra large coffee at a value price.
To accommodate the brand new cup, the names of the other hot cup sizes have shifted: the original small is now extra small, the medium is now small and so forth. The change in names of the hot cup sizes will apply to all hot beverages – guests will still receive the same amount of coffee for the same price, only the name of the size has changed.
So here is what you need to remember!
You used to order a Large Double-Double. Now you need to order a Medium Double-Double!
“We tested the names of the new hot cup sizes with our guests and the response has been overwhelmingly positive. Our guests also told us that they love our small eight-ounce cup, so we will continue to offer that size,” said Dave McKay, Director of Brand Marketing for Beverages, Tim Hortons. “By shifting the sizes, we’re able to provide coffee lovers with a full range of five size options: from extra small, all the way up to the new extra large.”
What do you think of the new hot drink size changes at Tim Hortons?
We also have a contest at the moment where we are giving you a chance to win a gift card (we reviewed their new egg-white sandwich).