What coffee maker does Tim Hortons use in store and where can I buy one that’s identical? I’m doing this because I’m trying to make cof

What coffee maker does Tim Hortons use in store and where can I buy one that’s identical? I’m doing this because I’m trying to make coffee at home that tastes like the stuff in store but nothing seems to work. Any tips?

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  1. You can buy large cans of Tim’s coffee in Canadian grocery stores including Walmart. That’s all we make at home. You can get the regular or the dark roast which used to be the regular before they were bought by Burget King. They screwed up the coffee so everyone hated it and then brought back the old Tim’s calling it Dark Roast.

    What coffee maker does Tim Hortons use in store and where can I buy one that's identical? I'm doing this because I'm trying to make cof

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  2. Most commercial places contract with a manufacturer to produce a product that they sell.
    The machine is a Bunn coffee maker.
    One other factor that you need to consider is filtered water and water temperature.
    Good luck

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  3. They use a Bunn coffee maker made especially for them with the Tim Horton’s logo. You can buy one off the Tim Horton’s website or a Bunn one from their website.

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  4. Alright….first things first. Tim Hortons uses a proprietary commercial brewer manufactured by BUNN. You’d be hard-pressed to find one available to the public. The older-style brewers we recently moved away from-also made by BUNN-can (sometimes) be purchased from a restaurant supply store. They often don’t (but sometimes do) sell to the public, just commercial entities. The key is the water filtering, water temperature and ratio of grounds to hot water. So get yourself a 3M water filter to purify the water to remove any unwanted minerals that alter the taste of the water. Water temperature must reach at least 185F degrees to extract maximum flavour from the grounds. As far as volume of grounds, well, that depends on your taste demands. About 2 ounces of grounds for every 60 ounces of water is what we used to do, knowing that approximately 3–5 ounces of water would be absorbed into the grounds. Add to this, Tim Hortons uses 18% cream (in specified ratios) for those not drinking it black. And the filters are also specialized. Then there is the spring coil cleaner used daily to etch away any coffee residue build up over time. You also need Tim Hortons coffee. The BUNN Home Brewer you can buy at a Tim Hortons has many elements from the old-style Brewers: hot water, holding tank to keep water hot, spring coil cleaner, grounds/water ratio allowances and a good instruction booklet. It’s about two-thirds the size/capacity of the commercial brewer but with one holding element only.

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