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  • Tim Hortons Coffee

    261 16.81%
  • McDonalds Coffee

    726 46.75%
  • Don't touch the stuff

    190 12.23%
  • Starbucks ( Wizard-Hipster-Jazz-Hands )

    112 7.21%
  • I Make it at home. ( Folgers Ect.. )

    264 17.00%
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Thread: Timmy Hoes or Mickey D's?

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    Business Member Rep Wolverine .303's Avatar
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    Timmy Hoes or Mickey D's?

    So I continually get told, and I quote, "McDonalds is miles ahead of Tim Hortons when it comes to good coffee.". But here in little old Virden Manitoba all we have is a Tim Horton's for my morning coffee fix. We don't have a Mcdonalds here so I do not drink their coffee, and have not been able to compare and put together an opinion of my own on the subject. So I ask you oh knowledgeable folks of our little ol' firearms community, Timmy Hoe Hoe's or Mickey D's??

    Let me know!!! Also I like my coffee with a touch of sugar, nothing else. Or Black, sugar is not critical when it comes down to it. As long as there aint no milk/cream/latte/cappa-hipster-frothy-jazz-hands involved.

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    I prefer McD's coffee, but almost always end up with a Timmies, more of a habit thing.

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    McDonald's is miles ahead of Tim Hortons in terms of their coffee.

    This is also coming from from a guy who uses a french press/chemex brewer daily so honestly neither are the best...
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    Black, double sweet, McDonalds, to me seems to be rich and creamy.

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    MCD for sure. That being said I rarely buy coffee. I either make it or have one at work from a machine.

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    MCD by far......THERE IS NO CAFFEINE IN TIMS COFFEE maybe if you go for an Americano.....there was a study I seen a few years back and out of all higher end coffee shops MCDs came up #1 and had top quality beans

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    Tim's not that there coffee is better but the prepare it better

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    McDonalds by miles, its way better. Ive had a couple of Timmies this week and I don't know how people still drink the stuff anymore.
    And then there is Starbucks which tastes like it was pumped from a honey wagon....

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    Tim Hortons is over caffeinated dirt water.

    McD’s is a decent coffee, especially their americanos.

    I have a personal coffee kit in my hunting pack, truck, helicopter.....

    Never without a cup.

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    Also, I miss the virden ice cream stand.

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