Does Tim Hortons Have Almond Milk? – Barista HQ

With over 30 million American adults becoming lactose intolerant over time[1], having dairy milk alternatives is vital to our modern world.

When picking up your favorite iced coffees or lattes, you have to wonder - does Tim Hortons have almond milk?

Read the facts behind Tim Hortons’ non-dairy milk options so you can avoid allergies and get excited to try that almond milk latte. Let’s dive in and see what those Canadians are raving about.

Yes, it is possible to get almond milk in all American Tim Hortons locations as well as Canadian locations and other countries.

Compared to brand giants like Starbucks, Tim Hortons was late to the dairy-free milk scene, only adding soy milk to the menu in 2014 and then waiting until 2020 to add almond milk, oat milk, and coconut milk.[2]

Adding these vegan milk and plant-based options to the Tim Hortons menu certainly helped the coffee chain recuperate falling sales.

Now customers can enjoy a range of customized beverages at any location without the stress of allergies.

What Brand of Almond Milk Does Tim Hortons Currently Use?

The iconic Canadian coffee chain makes a point to serve Silk Almond Beverage from Danone[3].

They offer almond milk as an option for most beverages, and this particular almond milk is dairy, gluten, lactose, and soy free as well as vegan, making Silk almond milk a wonderful choice.

Whether you prefer almond milk or do not like soy, it is important to note that the Danone brand almond milk uses real almonds - nut allergy sufferers should be mindful and consider one of the other milk alternatives.

Tim Hortons Almond Milk

Tim Hortons Almond Milk Nutritional Information

Almond milk is well-known for giving a nutrient kick and plenty of vitamins to any cup of coffee mocha, but what are the specifics of the Silk brand?


Tim’s almond milk is a great option for those watching their calorie count. Tim Hortons use the unsweetened version widely available on the market, which only has 30 calories per cup.


Avoiding sugar is easy with Tim Hortons’ almond milk - the unsweetened version does not contain added sugar.


Both the original and unsweetened versions of the almond milk contain only 2.5 grams of sugar per serving. The fat is also not saturated or trans - another health win.

Almond Milk With Nuts

Tim Hortons Almond Milk Drinks You Should Try

What almond milk drinks should you have prepared by your barista the next time you crave a cafe-style hot drink at Tim Hortons?

You do not need to trek to Canada for the best lattes and beverage options; just head to your local store and experiment.

My personal favorites are:

  • Cinnamon sugar latte
  • London fog
  • Cortado
  • Roast hazelnut latte
  • Vanilla cream cold brew
  • Caramel iced frappe
  • Cappuccinos

While Tim Hortons do offer almond milk with these drinks, customers can also ask for soy milk, coconut milk, or oat milk instead if they prefer.

It is important to note that not every hot beverage or coffee can be made with almond milk.

Drinks that have been pre-prepared, like the coffee mocha, French vanilla coffee, and hot chocolate, are made in advance with skim milk.

Tim Hortons Iced Capp

Related Tim Hortons Almond Milk Questions

Can you order just almond milk at Tim Hortons?

You can’t just order a glass of almond milk as a drink on the Tim Hortons website, but you can in your local coffee shop. The price may vary by location.

Does it cost extra to add almond milk to your drink?

It costs an extra 50 cents in America and 30 cents in Canada to use alternative milk in your coffee. Some select stores may let you add a splash to a simple tea or coffee for free, but that will vary from store to store.

Can you use Tim Hortons' almond milk in smoothies?

No, the smoothies are pre-made with skim milk. This skim milk cannot be removed to make the drink lactose free.


Does Tim Hortons have almond milk? They sure do.

Whether you are lactose-free or prefer the nutty taste, try almond milk in your favorite Tim Hortons coffee drink - it may just blow your mind (not your gut.)



Chloe Page


Chloe Page
A lifelong mocha fan, Chloe is an award-winning writer with over eight years’ experience weaving words. Her journey in the coffee industry is highlighted by extensive research and interviews with coffee experts. In her moments of relaxation, you'll often find her sipping on Bird and Blend tea, thoughtfully scribbling in her notebook.

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