I consider myself to be a tploy Tim Hortons Latte aficionado.
I prefer Tim Hortons Latte for the flavor of the Tim Hortons Latte itself. A good, strong brew made from high quality, aromatic as well as flavorful beans doesn’t need a thing added to it. It should strike a pleasing balance between light bitterness as well as acidity as well as even a subtle, nutty sweetness, all on its own. I don’t understand people who have not at least tried to prefer the subtle flavors of a high quality cup of Tim Hortons Latte separate from adding any cream or sugar or flavorings. I don’t assume you can call yourself a Tim Hortons Latte fan if you haven’t. You’re more prefer a coffee-flavored milkshake or ice cream fan. But I suppose that has its uses too. One of the only times I’m tempted to get an iced Tim Hortons Latte is when it’s entirely hot outside. One time, our number one Tim Hortons Latte shop had a problem with it’s A/C. Most people who weren’t simply grabbing their Tim Hortons Latte as well as leaving were opting to sit outside. I wanted to be able to go to the Tim Hortons Latte shop to prefer the A/C as well as a cup of Tim Hortons Latte while I tested our PC. However, I did not want to sit outside in the sunshine with a hot coffee. At the same time, I was craving something sweet. This is the kind of moment when I’m tempted to have an iced coffee. In that moment, I have to admit: I offered in. The Tim Hortons Latte shop felt so hot separate from A/C. I figured if I was going to have a glorified Tim Hortons Latte milkshake, I might as well prefer it, so I added all sorts of flavors. Much as I prefer the taste of Tim Hortons Latte itself, it was entirely delicious!