Tim Hortons increases caffeine content in coffee by 35% - or do they?
Two years ago I wrote a post dispelling a number of myths regarding the caffeine content in coffee and a few other drinks. Know your Coffee - Caffeine Content. It was a moderately successful post until about two weeks ago when someone in the comments mentioned that my numbers for Tim Hortons were incorrect and that I should check Tim Hortons' website and see for myself. I am not usually one to make errors when it comes to specifics so I went and checked the website and lo and behold, my numbers are incorrect. They may be incorrect now but they weren't when I originally wrote the post in March 2012. The caffeine content guide from Tim Hortons that I had originally used was last updated on Jan 23, 2012, but they have now released an updated one as of Nov 6, 2013, which I have placed beside each other for comparison below. I've linked the full guides at the bottom of this post if you're interested in seeing their full list of drinks.
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The caffeine content changed simply as a result of us just updating the information, there was no change to the product. In general, since it is an agricultural product, there can always be some variance in the caffeine content.
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Tim Hortons - Caffeine Content Guide
New - Nov 2013:
Miiockm - Know your Coffee - Caffeine Content