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Favorite discontinued Tim Hortons item?

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Favorite discontinued Tim Hortons item?

Tim Horton's has had some real hit and misses when it comes to their products, what is your favorite item that they have discontinued?

Mine was probably the maple muffin. Man those were good.
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I think it was in '06 that they had the Chicken Fajita Wraps.
Those were pretty good.
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Miss the Hawaiian Sprinkle Doughnuts
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Is it my imagination or did Tim Horton's change their chili a few months ago?............it doesn't seem to taste as good as it used to.............and they changed the bun that comes with it.............I don't like the new bun as much as the old one
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The French Onion Soup without the French and the cream cheese danish they once had. The soup is still available but is harder to find.
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Mike S wrote:
Jul 24th, 2010 5:02 pm
Is it my imagination or did Tim Horton's change their chili a few months ago?............it doesn't seem to taste as good as it used to.............and they changed the bun that comes with it.............I don't like the new bun as much as the old one
This could be true. It seems that they changed the bagels too. They are more bland than they used to be. I sometimes go to Country Style for a better bagel and just tolerate their coffee.

edit: sorry for derailing the thread....this thread was meant to be more about the franchises positive things.
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I miss the croissants when they used to be larger in size and fresh out of the oven. I use to buy them from the Timmies a Airport Rd near Orlando Drive. I haven't been there in a while. I bought a croissant recently from a different Timmies and it was really small and almost stale...

I also miss their cheese danish, and when their cookies were smaller and you were able to buy 6 for $1.99. Now one cookie costs close to $1.00!
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Raggie wrote:
Jul 24th, 2010 8:02 pm
I miss the croissants when they used to be larger in size and fresh out of the oven. I use to buy them from the Timmies a Airport Rd near Orlando Drive. I haven't been there in a while. I bought a croissant recently from a different Timmies and it was really small and almost stale...

I also miss their cheese danish, and when their cookies were smaller and you were able to buy 6 for $1.99. Now one cookie costs close to $1.00!
how long ago was that? i used to work there lol

i miss the beef/chicken stew and the bread bowl!
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Chicken stew in the bread bowl and the 4 inch butter tarts, ohhh so gooey (but not in that order)
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deep wrote:
Jul 24th, 2010 9:43 pm
My favorite discontinued item would be full sized, cooked-on-premise donuts.

The miniature pre-baked crap now is disappointing.
Try finding a jewish bakery or sometimes asian bakeries make doughnuts.
I usually buy a doughnut at an asian place where they make the doughnuts every day.

but the jewish bakeries are better because they fill some of the doughnuts with jam..and the asian ones are so plain.
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butternut donut. Simple and not really all that different compared to the chocolate dip but I just miss the peanuts on top!
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