Canadian coffee chain combines latte with Buffalo Sauce

Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons is rolling out a new product that combines latte with something that is more often associated with chicken wings.

On its verified Facebook page, Tim Hortons officials posted, on Thursday, that they are offering Buffalo-flavored lattes, until October 20, at two locations in the Buffalo area.

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According to Fox News, the chain is rolling out the Buffalo Latte to accompany the launch of its espresso line, and according to the article, a regional president of Tim Hortons said it's an "unlikely pairing of sweet mocha and tangy Buffalo sauce" that has "come together to create an unexpectedly delicious sweet and spicy treat."

It should also be noted that Tim Hortons was founded in 1964. According to The New Yorker, that's the same year buffalo wings was born.

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