From Our Editors
In 1995, Tim Hortons crossed the Canadian-American border, bringing with it a menu of all-day-breakfast favorites. Chief among its morning-time offerings are its famously shareable Timbits—bite-size donut holes that, like the donuts they were punched from, come in 35 flavors.
Of course, no day can properly begin without Tim Hortons's best-selling item: fresh-brewed coffee crafted from 100% arabica beans. Entirely sourced from community farms in Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala, and Honduras, each cup is a bold, aromatic testament to environmental and social responsibility.