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

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

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".

"I am sorry but I don't think I can trust anyone who is drinking the buffalo latte from Tim's", tweeted one user. Whether the mere thought of combining buffalo wings with coffee makes you salivate or induces a bit of nausea, one thing is for sure: this is ideal for early-morning tailgating.

Stephen Goldstein, regional president of Tim Hortons U.S. said the chain concocted the freakish drink to celebrate the birthplace of the famous wing sauce. And that somebody clearly works for Tim Hortons.

This "sweet and spicy" drink is made from espresso, steamed milk and mocha then topped with cream and buffalo seasoning.

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The Buffalo Latte is now available for only $2.79, added Fox News.

"Tim Hortons and Buffalo sauce were both born in 1964, so why not take these two Buffalo staples and combine them?" said Stephen Goldstein, Regional President, Tim Hortons U.S.in a press release, according to Today.

The reactions to this "sweet and spicy treat" have been mixed. The rest of the chain's latte flavors are caramel, vanilla, mocha, and of course, pumpkin spice.

Been on the verge of throwing up for a couple hours now, and Tim Hortons having a "Buffalo Latte" might be what pushes me over the edge.

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