Tim Hortons set to make ‘small’ a bit bigger
That so-tiny-you-can-drink-it-in-four-sips small coffee at Tim Hortons might soon be history — if a test run in two Canadian markets proves successful.
As of Monday morning, coffee guzzlers in Kingston and Sudbury who ask for a “small” will get a cup that look a heck of a lot more like the 296 mL medium, as the Canadian chain tries to decide whether it will get rid of the 236 mL small cup at every location.
You know, this wil really make me less badass - I always order a large coffee. Extra large is too much! (I am on a strict caffeine intact to avoid my becoming a crazy coffee addict whotalkslikethisandcantellbutreally (gasp) can’tstopsodon’tlookatmelikethat.*)
Now I am going to be a “medium” coffee drinker. I don’t know how I feel about that.