We have a tough competition between biryani with or without aloo likewise we have fierce debates between chai and coffee lovers. It might seem like Pakistanis are die-hard fans of chai and coffee is ‘just not their cup of tea’. But you’ll be amazed to know that we have coffee lovers too who prefer coffee over chai because ‘garmi mai chai nahien pee jaati’. This article is especially for coffee lovers. A piece of good news that will make your day and it’s that Tim Hortons is coming to Pakistan soon.
One of the biggest and most popular Canadian fast-food chains is coming to Pakistan. Oh, Lord! Ever tried their coffee and doughnuts? No? We either but the word has that it tastes heavenly. The company on its LinkedIn posted “As we continue to grow Tim Hortons around the world: Tims is opening in Pakistan this year.” Tom Hortons is going to set up its first branch in Lahore. But the company is planning to open more branches all over Pakistan.
The iconic company was established in 1964. The company has almost 5,300 restaurants across 13 different countries including the UK, China, Spain, Thailand, Philippines, Middle East, etc. Soon Pakistan will be among these countries. The Canadian multinational company and Blue Foods (Private) Limited have reached an agreement to bring Tim Hortons to Pakistan. The company is all ready to set foot in Pakistan’s coffee market “the chain’s growth can be attributed to the changing lifestyle of the young population, rising disposable income, and a keenness to explore global experiences.”
President of RBI International, David Shear said in an official statement “thrilled to be bringing Tim Hortons to Pakistan, a country known for taking its beverages and food very seriously.”
Probably by the end of this year, we are going to welcome Tim Hortons to Pakistan. The brand is famous for its coffee, doughnuts, sandwiches, wraps, etc. The brand is around for over 50 years. We can trust this brand with our coffee surely it will not disappoint us.
A foreign company setting up branches in Pakistan means it would boost foreign direct investment which the country needs most in the current times.
We are also eagerly waiting for the launch of Tim Hortons plus who doesn’t like a cup of freshly brewed coffee with the yummiest doughnuts in hand.