Though pumpkin spice is far and away the flavor of fall, beloved Canadian chain Tim Hortons has made a decision to spice things up in a very different direction.
The Regional CEO of Tim Horton's described the drink as an, "unlikely pairing of sweet mocha and tangy Buffalo sauce come together to create an unexpectedly delicious sweet and spicy treat we hope our guests will enjoy".
Buffalo sauce, the unique flavor with origins in Buffalo, New York, is on to a new frontier - lattes.
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The line-up was introduced exclusively in participating restaurants in Buffalo and Jamestown, New York, with remaining cities rolling out the new menu items through December.
"Been on the verge of throwing up for a couple hours now, and Tim Hortons having a "Buffalo Latte" might be what pushes me over the edge", another customer tweeted.
"Pumpkin spice is soooo 2016", one Twitter user said.
A Tim Hortons coffee shop in downtown Toronto is pictured on Wednesday, June 29, 2016.