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Tim Hortons' fancy new Dream Donuts are now available across Canada

Tim Hortons donuts have been a Canadian staple for as long as many of us can remember, and now the chain is stepping their game up and releasing a whole new line of fancy baked goods. 

The new lineup of "Dream Donuts" was released today at locations across Canada, and it includes three new treats inspired by some of the most popular donuts available at the Tim Hortons Innovation Cafe in Toronto. 

New products include the Dulce de Leche Crème Dream Donut, the Strawberry Confetti Dream Donut and the Chocolate Truffle Dream Donut, all of which are sure to be decadent and delicious. 

Although the new donuts were only introduced today, some Canadians have already gotten a chance to try the sweets and post their thoughts on social media. 

Many are impressed with the new offerings and say they taste as good as they look. 

Of course not everyone is a fan of the super sweet treats. 

But overall, Canadians seem to be glad Tim Hortons is diversifying their donut menu. 

"We're very excited about introducing our dream donuts to all of Canada," said COO of Tim Hortons Mike Hancock in a statement.

"We first rolled these out at our innovation café in Toronto and guest response was overwhelmingly positive. This is just the first of many exciting initiatives we've tested at the innovation café that Canadians across the country will soon get to enjoy."

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