Tim Hortons introduces new coffee lineup

Tim Hortons is releasing a new lineup of espresso-based beverages.

The drinks include Americanos, cappuccinos and lattes, all of which can be served hot or iced. Guests are also able to add flavors such as mocha, vanilla, caramel and pumpkin spice.

Available starting today, the drinks will be sold exclusively at the chain’s Buffalo and Jamestown, N.Y., locations, and will be available nationwide by the end of this year.

To celebrate the launch, Tim Hortons will allow guests to swap out a coffee receipt from another restaurant for a $1 latte of any size or flavor.

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