Tim Horton's introduces 'spicy' Buffalo latte

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The Canada-based fast food company has introduced a spicy buffalo-sauce-flavored latte to wake you up and get your stomach rumbling.

If Tim Hortons honestly thinks that I'm going to spend $$ on a buffalo wing flavored latte, just bc I live there.they're absolutely right.

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'Tim Hortons and Buffalo sauce were both born in 1964, so why not take these two Buffalo staples and combine them?' says Tim Hortons US regional president Stephen Goldstein. "Made from freshly brewed espresso, steamed milk, mocha, and bold Buffalo sauce flavor, the latte is topped with whipped topping and a dusting of zesty Buffalo seasoning", according to a news release.

NO and NON, Tim Hortons. It's all but certain that the bar where Buffalo sauce originated would never allow it anywhere near dairy that isn't blue cheese, but the complaint ship probably sailed once the condiment started flavoring soda and kale chips.

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Have you ever sat there chowing down on some spicy chicken wings and thought, "these would go great with a milky coffee"?

While the promotion will undoubtedly bring in the connoisseurs of curious culinary creations, the reactions to the news on social media so far have been less than favorable - "yikes", "gross" and "nope" being the most popular so far.

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This isn't the first time the American Tim Hortons has served an unusual menu item.

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