Tim Hortons is best known for it's Canada-wide retail stores. No matter where you are on the road, you know a Tim Hortons is around the corner somewhere. Take that familiar taste home with you today!
Tim Hortons K-Cups
Tim Hortons has broken into both the k-cup and Tassimo market with their own brand of k-cups. A smart move, considering the single-serve coffee market is estimated at about 33% of the total total roast and ground sales market (Neilsen Market Track Data, June 2013). Coffee drinkers can now enjoy the familiar taste of Canada's quintessential coffee right at home at the push of a button. Designed really for 8-oz cups, it makes for a quick morning coffee to get you through to an actual store - or in place of waiting in line for your morning coffee. The Timmy's brand k-cups come in either 12ct or 14ct packages for use in Keurig and Keurig-compatible machines. Reviews tend to indicate that the single-serving cups produce a comparable cup of coffee to the actual shops.
They can be found in major retailers, and convenient located inside of most Tim Hortons locations on display. Grab a box while you're grabbing your Timmies and enjoy Tim Hortons coffee right at home!
Americans who become hooked on Tim Hortons while in Canada seem to really love the K-Cup option, making it available in places that they haven't expanded to yet.
About Tim Hortons
Tim Hortons is a predominantly Canadian business, and most dominates the Canadian coffee retail sales market. A public company, and one of the largest restaurant chains across North America, they recently broke into the U.S. market after becoming the largest in Canada (based on market capitalization). Tim Hortons offers convenient quick food, appealing to Canadian consumer tastes with coffee, lattes, cappuccinos, teas and donut-shop style pastry options. Changes in their menu over the last few years has seen the introduction of paninis, and healthier sandwiches and soups. With 4,300+ stores (3,400 in Canada), it's one of the market leaders in defining and responding to consumer tastes.