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urbanriot
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join:2004-10-18
Canada
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reply to I_H8_Spam

Re: Red cups with the funny rim back at Timmie's

I did some end-of-summer car cleaning in October and found a bunch of them under my seat.... can you use old ones from previous years?



elwoodblues
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Unless they look the same, they typically have expiration dates.

Just saw they have "Free coffee for a year"', which they define as 6 $100 Tim Hortons gift cards.


minoe

join:2003-11-11
St George Brant, ON

Is there anyone else here besides me that isn't a fan of Tim Hortons?
If I have to get a cup to go, I much prefer McDonald's coffee.



I_H8_Spam

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I usually brew my own, get McDonald's when out on the road. But often with coworkers we will meet at a local Tim's as they are more frequent.
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donoreo
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join:2002-05-30
North York, ON
reply to minoe

said by minoe:

Is there anyone else here besides me that isn't a fan of Tim Hortons?
If I have to get a cup to go, I much prefer McDonald's coffee.

I have always found Tim Horton's weak and yet bitter. Ironic really. It does explain the popularity of "double-double".


Thane_Bitter
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join:2005-01-20
reply to elwoodblues

LOL - that's not much, but their idea of quality coffee isn't up to much either. Timmies is becoming more niggardly in the prizes they hand out.



ekster
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I can't stand either of those coffees. We have an espresso machine at home, so I will just drink that.

On the rare occasion that I do drink coffee outside, there are two small places next to my workplace, one is a pastry/dessert shop, the other is a chocolate artisan shop where they make their own chocolate. The coffee at those places is same price as Timmie's, but the quality is a million times better as it's freshly ground and prepared on the spot.



dirtyjeffer
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join:2002-02-21
London, ON
reply to minoe

said by minoe:

Is there anyone else here besides me that isn't a fan of Tim Hortons?
If I have to get a cup to go, I much prefer McDonald's coffee.

i'm the same...McD's coffee is actually pretty decent...Tim's is gross.


I_H8_Spam

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said by ekster:

I can't stand either of those coffees. We have an espresso machine at home, so I will just drink that.

Have a nice Delonghi drip + expresso maker. It gets used once and a blue moon, now my French press gets a workout 4-5 times a week.

said by Anav:

First cup, and I get a free donut. Yechhh.

Give it to someone homeless, about the nicest thing you can do with a Tim's "donut"

said by LazMan:

Of the major chains, I prefer Timmies... Starbucks is too bitter; ditto for Timothy's.

McD's is pretty decent; and I really like Robyn's, but they aren't anywhere to be found in Southern Ontario anymore (Marathon is about the closest they come anymore...)

Timothy's, William's, Coffee Culture all decent alternatives.

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