Canadian Coffee Chain Tim Hortons Enters Lahore
There are some people in Pakistan who are actively buying coffee and breaking records, despite the fact that the rest of the population is worried about the country’s soaring prices, default rumors, and economic recession.
When it initially opened in 1964, the South Asian country smashed a world record for a well-known Canadian coffee shop, Tim Hortons, with the largest opening sales in the company’s history. With 5352 locations, the Pakistani franchise was the largest in both the company’s history and its worldwide distribution. The renowned coffee shop debuted its first and flagship branch in Phase 6, DHA Lahore, on Saturday for the uninitiated. This was an element of a contract of exclusivity with Blue Foods (Private) Limited. Fortunately for the business and the brand, the first day’s sales broke all previous records.
Tim Hortons received a fantastic reception when its first location in the nation debuted. Twitter users, however, appear to have taken offense at the idea that “elites are queuing up to grab a cup of coffee while the country is through its greatest economic crisis.”
Many people used social media to post images of the launch day and criticize anyone who was standing in long lines to buy the well-liked coffee.
With more than 150 seats, the establishment will be the largest and first drive-thru cafe in Pakistan. In Gulberg, Lahore, the second and third shops will launch on February 18 and 25, accordingly.
Despite the whole default situation in Pakistan, citizens of Lahore are preferring to grab a cup of coffee and enjoying time with their loved ones. Let us see how things roll for Tim Hortons in Lahore in near future.