This has been a season for upheavals in the coffee world.
According to Buffalo News, the latte is "surprisingly drinkable", and is not "a jarring flavor like if you were drinking a messy blend of espresso and Frank's Hot Sauce, or if you dipped a chicken wing in a glass of hot chocolate milk". The rest of the chain's latte flavors are caramel, vanilla, mocha, and of course, pumpkin spice. But as the Superbowl approaches, Tim's released a latte so questionable I worry for all that taste it: The Buffalo Latte. It's a fitting tribute to Buffalo, home of the titular sauce, but if that doesn't sound quiiite so appealing to you, rest easy. Like the sauce on your wings. "The unlikely pairing of sweet mocha and tangy Buffalo sauce come together to create an unexpectedly delicious sweet and spicy treat we hope our guests will enjoy".
The odd couple is the brainchild of Tim Hortons, the worldwide quick-service chain known for its coffee and doughnut specialties.
The temperatures are dropping, footballs are flying, and Fall is absolutely upon us.
Tim Hortons, the popular Canadian coffee chain that is making its way across the USA, just introduced a Buffalo Latte-yup, you read that correctly.
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