Justin Bieber Is Launching His Own Cold Brew with Tim Hortons

published May 17, 2022
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Biebs Brew
Credit: Tim Horton's

Baby, baby, baby, oh. The Biebs is back. And this time, he’s bringing coffee. 

Canadian singer-songwriter Justin Bieber has partnered with Canadian donut chain Tim Hortons again for a new French vanilla cold brew. Starting on June 6, fans can stop by Tim Hortons in Canada and the U.S. to snag a sip of “Biebs Brew” — a new menu item that’s a nod to the Grammy winner’s love of vanilla and iced coffee. To sweeten the deal, Timbiebs Timbits (aka donut holes) are also returning to the menu.

Cold brew is coffee that has been brewed with cold rather than hot water, steeped up to 24 hours, and boasts a smooth flavor perfect for showcasing the rich and creamy French vanilla touch. 

His second collab with the donut chain (back in November, Bieber and the team launched Timbiebs Timbits in chocolate white fudge, sour cream chocolate chip, and birthday cake waffle), Bieber acknowledges his long-time love of Tim Hortons. “Doing a Tim Hortons collab had always been a dream of mine. I grew up on Tim Hortons, and it’s always been something close to my heart,” he said in a statement.

By ordering through the Tim Hortons app, you can get a sweets-and-coffee combo for just $5 as a “Biebs Bundle” of a large Biebs Brew and a 10-pack of Timbiebs. In the U.S. the chain will also be bringing back limited quantities of Timbiebs merchandise, including the beanie, fanny pack, and tote bag.