Would You Drink a Buffalo Latte?

Would You Drink a Buffalo Latte?

Would You Drink a Buffalo Latte?

The worldwide quick-service coffee chain shared a photo of its new limited Buffalo spice latte to celebrate lattes being served in the area for first time.

The lattes include espresso, steamed milk, a dash of sugar and buffalo sauce flavor. The concoction will be available hot or cold.

As for how it tastes, Stephen Goldstein, regional president of Tim Hortons US, said, "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".

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The bad news, if you were nervous which "Buffalo" the name referred to, is that the drink also contains an unclear amount of the famous wing sauce invented there in 1964.

"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", said Stephen Goldstein, the chain's USA president.

The reaction online to the news of the sweet and spicy beverage was divided. They are making their debut in Buffalo and Jamestown, N.Y., before being introduced to other Tim Horton's markets.

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But even those spice addicts might be given pause by Tim Hortons latest limited edition product: the Buffalo Latte.

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