Tim Hortons Unveils New Canada 150th Anniversary Cup

What could be more Canadian than a cup of Tim Hortons coffee warming your hands while you sit on the bleachers of your kid’s minor league hockey game? I know I spent many a nights in high school using Tim Hortons hot chocolates to keep body from dropping to an unhealthy temperature, so seeing this Canada 150th anniversary cup on Tim Hortons’ Twitter, which will be released this week, really tugged at my heart strings.

The cup features a number of iconic Canadian animals and experiences, including, of course, an animation of a cup of Tim Hortons coffee. There’s also a beaver, a VIA rail train, a maple leaf, an inukshuk, as well as a box of Timbits!

This limited edition cup doesn’t have a firm deadline for when they’ll stop serving coffee in them, but I know I’m going to be saving at least one cup as a souvenir!

Click here to find the nearest Tim Hortons Canada.

10 responses to “Tim Hortons Unveils New Canada 150th Anniversary Cup”

  1. Christopher says:

    Not easy to get excited over this.

  2. Norman says:

    Agreed. I can think of better ways to celebrate our nation. If I want one, I know they’ll be littering my neighbourhood soon enough.

  3. Robert says:

    Nice of a company owned by a Brazilian investment firm to throw us a bone, while they work to screw over the franchise owners.

  4. Ciel says:

    I am wanting fewer cups to land on the ground. Perhaps kids will want their adults to save the cups for colouring purposes or reuse to hold things during the summer.

  5. Eddie says:

    This is a very beautiful cup

  6. Eddie says:

    That cup looks pretty nice

  7. Rita says:

    Would love to know what the image is that’s above the note of maps syrup. Anyone know?

  8. Treasures By Brenda says:

    I think it’s a fun idea, celebrating what is going on in Canada on the cup. Love the new ceramic mug for Canada’s 150th, too.

  9. Patricia Lawson says:

    Tim Horton’s customer service said it is the Canadian Shield.

  10. Wolf says:

    I asked what do the symbols on the 150 cup represent? Could only get answers to the obvious. I guess even Tim Horton does not know. I suppose the world will never know.

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