Winnipeg approaches the Tim's Event Horizon. The Brewpocalypse looms.
When last I lived in Winnipeg, Tim's wasn't a bad place to get decent brewed coffee and rather good doughnuts.
Now, there seems to be one on every block, each with a queue through the drive-through 15 cars long.
And the coffee seems much worse. I don't think it's just long exposure to NZ coffee. The brewed coffee at Tim's just seems much weaker than before.
I have a theory.
There's only so much caffeine and coffee goodness allocated to the Tim's in Winnipeg. Each new Tim's means there's less caffeine in each cup. So drivers have to go to shorter intervals between fixes. Which leads to more Tim's. And a downward spiral.
Heed the warning of Frogstar World B. Before long, naught will be left but Tim's, with cars flitting from one to the next in a desperate quest for caffeine before their drivers give up and evolve into birds.