Leisure and Lifestyle

Tim Hortons Unveils 2024 Everyday Drinkware Collection to Elevate On-the-Go Experience

In a bid to revolutionize Canadians’ on-the-go beverage experience, Tim Hortons has rolled out its latest 2024 Everyday Drinkware Collection, now available at select locations across the country.

The collection boasts an array of sizes, formats, and trendy designs, catering to diverse preferences. Leading the lineup is the jumbo 1.2L/40oz straw tumbler, available in sleek black, engineered to maintain beverages cold for up to an impressive 30 hours.

Complementing this flagship tumbler is the 740mL/24oz straw tumbler, offered in both beige and black, ensuring drinks remain refreshingly cool for up to 24 hours. For those who prefer hot beverages, Tim Hortons presents stainless steel travel mugs in 590mL/20oz and 473mL/16oz options, available in chic beige or classic black, capable of keeping drinks hot for up to six hours or cold for a full day.

Two other colour options – aqua and iridescent – are also available exclusively on TimShop.ca, featured on the Tims app (CNW Group/Tim Hortons)
Two other colour options – aqua and iridescent – are also available exclusively on TimShop.ca, featured on the Tims app (CNW Group/Tim Hortons)

Hope Bagozzi, Chief Marketing Officer of Tim Hortons Canada, expressed enthusiasm for the new collection, citing its versatility and practicality. “We’re really excited to be offering Tims fans a great new selection of versatile drinkware, including our very own jumbo-sized straw tumbler, that’s modern, stylish, and really functional,” said Bagozzi.

In addition to the collection available in beige or black at participating Tim Hortons outlets, customers can also explore exclusive aqua and iridescent color options through TimShop.ca.

Moreover, as part of Tim Hortons’ 60th anniversary celebration, a special commemorative mug is now on sale at participating restaurants nationwide.

The unveiling of the 2024 Everyday Drinkware Collection marks another milestone for Tim Hortons, a brand that has cemented its place in the hearts and routines of Canadians since its inception in 1964.


The launch of Tim Hortons’ 2024 Everyday Drinkware Collection signals the brand’s commitment to enhancing customer experience and staying attuned to evolving consumer preferences. With Canadians increasingly prioritizing convenience and sustainability, the introduction of durable, reusable drinkware aligns with these values while offering a touch of style.

As we navigate a world where sustainability and eco-consciousness are paramount, initiatives like these not only cater to consumer demands but also contribute to reducing environmental impact. By encouraging the use of reusable cups, Tim Hortons takes a step towards sustainability while continuing to deliver quality products and convenience to its loyal patrons.

With options to keep beverages hot or cold for extended periods, the collection caters to the diverse needs of customers, whether they’re commuting to work, running errands, or simply enjoying a leisurely stroll. The addition of exclusive color variants further enhances the appeal, offering consumers a chance to express their individuality.

Overall, Tim Hortons’ latest offering exemplifies innovation in the food and beverage industry, showcasing a blend of functionality, style, and environmental consciousness. As Canadians embrace a more sustainable lifestyle, initiatives like these are likely to resonate well, reinforcing Tim Hortons’ position as a beloved household name.

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Tiana Squire

Tiana Squire is our Leisure and Lifestyle Writer, dedicated to covering a wide array of topics including restaurants & bars, fashion, travel and tourism, family events and entertainment. With a passion for exploring and sharing the best in leisure experiences, Tiana brings her unique perspective and enthusiasm to each piece she writes. For inquiries or feedback, contact Tiana at tiana.squire@gtaweekly.ca.

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