Tim Hortons OREO Donut Review & Drive Thru Experience

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Tim Hortons Inc. (known internationally as Tim Horton’s Cafe and Bake Shop) is a Canadian multinational fast casual restaurant known for its coffee and doughnuts. It is also Canada’s largest fast food service with over 3,000 stores nationwide. It was founded in 1964 in Hamilton, Ontario, by Canadian hockey player Tim Horton and Jim Charade, after an initial venture in hamburger restaurants. In 1967, Horton partnered with investor Ron Joyce, who assumed control over operations after Tim Horton died in 1974, and expanded the chain into a multi-million dollar franchise. Charade left the organization in 1966 and briefly returned in 1970 and 1993 through 1996.
Tim Hortons franchises spread rapidly and eventually overtook McDonald’s as Canada’s largest food service operator. The company opened twice as many Canadian outlets as McDonald’s and system-wide sales also surpassed those of McDonald’s Canadian operations as of 2002. The chain accounted for 22.6% of all fast food industry revenues in Canada in 2005. Tim Hortons commands 76% of the Canadian market for baked goods (based on the number of customers served) and holds 62% of the Canadian coffee market (compared to Starbucks, in the number two position, at 7%).
In November 2010, Tim Hortons extended Interac debit payment system acceptance to most of its stores. The company previously began accepting Interac in its stores in Western Canada in 2003 and, later, MasterCard and MasterCard PayPass across most of its stores in 2007. The company often indicated the delay of broader or wider electronic payment acceptance was to “ensure speed of service.” In 2012, Tim Hortons began accepting Visa cards, and in 2013, began accepting American Express cards.


Kathy Sica says:

Had one today here in NY………OMG….delicious and the cost was not an issue!

murt6830 murt6830 says:

You put your seatbelt upside down

Erik Karlberg says:

How much money u paid in swedish money

David Camp says:

Since Oreo is copyrighted..Tim Horton’s probably has to pay Nabisco a fee in order to use the Oreo name..hence being charged extra money…donut did look good..but was it $1.66 good?…….probably not.

Aiya Kenache says:

l dont know if that was the rain or my cat prrrr ing l think my cat

TheFarah2b says:

It was that much since it was a ‘special’ donut. Don’t worry, when I tried it I also got upset at the price xD

gracie says:

1.66 for a donut would be the cheapest donut. You’d be lucky to get one donut at 3 dollars here if its a cheap place.

Master Chef jr says:

Our cheapest doughnut in Australia are $2.50 so expensive don’t coplain

Bazzabazeman says:

People that take his rage too seriously obviously don’t watch this channel too often.

I Fuzion xPro I says:

Uh…that’s not even expensive.

King Chrome says:

Thats cheap

Fabio1349 says:

Since you paid 16 bucks for a pizza 1,66 bucks for a donut doesn’t seem too much for me to be honest….

and that’s not a donut, that’s basically a cupcake °w°

Kartar Muti says:

all i want is donut ! $1.66 for a donut !!? it better be a good donut !!!

Aaryan135 says:

A regular donut is 1.05 at timhortons, and ur saying u want it 95 cents, bigggest cheap ass ever

Katrina Goodman says:

it looks good yummy

Aaryan135 says:

You are a timhortons employee ask ur self

Rick Grimes says:

lol mad cuz its 1.60. Here that would be like 6 CAD

Louann Rodgers says:


PHOENIX cLaN says:

i greatly dislike this man good donut though

SerenaIsInAlola says:

I gotta go up north to some tim hortons ken, i live in VA and i checked and looks like only 1 close to me.

Marieke Berben says:

the doughnuts where I live are 0.35 cents

Ayesha Nawabi says:

Our doughnuts in Australia are $2.50 or $3.00 depends on how special the doughnut is

Austin Hunter says:

where I live we have orams donuts which are awesome all there donuts are twice the size as Tim Hortons donuts and are made with home made icing and filling. I know this for a fact because I’ve been down to the owners farm and saw the process. all of there donuts (expect cinnamon rolls) are 1.85 however there best donut is there cinnamon roll which is twice the size of my head and it’s 2.25 but it’s so damn good it’s worth the price.



ctguitarguy says:

The donuts that actually get baked and made on site here where I live, in the northeast U.S. by a local guy, cost 2$ a donut. Shitty dunkin donuts are half that price, but you can tell when you taste them why they are….

Mystery World says:

delicious! !

Sir Muff says:

0:36 the ken rage

01 says:

in the US a donut is like a buck or less

Emily Gallant says:

How much is a dozen donuts!?!? I need to know tonight!

Aerotyler23 says:

At Krispy Kreme , here in Australia , you get the similar one called Kookies n Kreme. 2 of those and a regular coffee costs A$ 7.50

Carter Fesler says:


Josh Nixon-salahub says:

99 here

Angela Gomez says:

Lol $1.66 for a donut its like buying something from the dollar store

Sayajin says:

I can’t believe the manager invited you down to do this and then still charged you

Mana Dzīve ASV says:

I went to tims in Michigan, well… Nop

Lee Springy says:

Wow, You complain about 1 dollar 66 cent for a donut? Wow you really dont have many worries do you?

Sahijpal Kambo 19 says:

I am new to this channel but why did he say I am trying for you and then looks at the other camera and say I am trying for you again?

xSentrix says:

Yeah from what I’ve seen in the comments it really doesn’t seem that expensive, here in the uk that’s pretty reasonable.. Cheap even

Booya says:

Hi Ken. Let me help you out. Cost x 3. That’s how it works in food service.

Milos Ristin says:

1.66 $?
seems cheap as hell

Forest Light says:

Focus him hand 2:05 this retard doing hidden sexualty message.çakma heisinberg seni

Dora Stewart says:

It more money because it’s specialty donut. I got the Reese peanut butter cup one and it wasn’t that great.

Dave Walker says:

Haha you can get 5 donuts for 99p in the UK

Dora Stewart says:

It more money because it’s specialty donut. I got the Reese peanut butter cup one and it wasn’t that great.

CamPopplestone says:

freaking out over the special donut being .66 more than normal was a bit of a first world problem lol

gracie says:

Thats so cheap. lol the donuts in australia are $3-4 which is 2.94/3.92 candian

Carter Fesler says:

it’s pricey but I us ally get mine for $1

kel-rish francisco says:

EDI wow

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