Tim Hortons Iced Capps are Now Available in BOTTLED FORM in Canadian Grocery Stores

The Tim Hortons Iced Capp can now be placed in your schoolbag without worrying about spills.

Information given out in a [news release from Tim Hortons] on July 13th states that “Starting this summer, Canadians can take their Iced Capp break whenever and wherever they want.”

The Iced Capp was first introduced to Canadians in 1999 and quickly became one of the most popular cold beverage choices from Tim Hortons.

Tim Hortons Bottled Iced Capp — CNW Group/Tim Hortons
Tim Hortons Bottled Iced Capp — CNW Group/Tim Hortons

Tim Hortons goes on the say that, “…the new bottled Iced Capp features the same unmistakable taste as the classic Iced Capp.”

Have you bought a bottle already? Can anyone confirm that it takes exactly like an Iced Capp from Tim Hortons?

The new bottle formed Iced Capps will be available in three flavors — Original, Mocha and Vanilla.

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Prior to the bottled Iced Capps hitting store shelves this summer, the only Tim Hortons products available for purchase outside of Tim Hortons itself was their coffees, specialty beverages such as the french vanilla, and teas.

The Tim Hortons bottled Iced Capps are available at select grocery stores for $2.49 a capp, however it is unclear exactly which supermarkets will be stocking the product.

Tim Hortons Bottled Iced Capp — CNW Group/Tim Hortons
Tim Hortons Bottled Iced Capp — CNW Group/Tim Hortons

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