Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons has announced it will open three more stores in Scotland, after making its British debut earlier this year with a flagship shop in Glasgow city centre.
Locations in central Scotland, Lanarkshire and Fife are set to experience the popular chain, with stores opening in Hamilton, Strathkelvin, and Dunfermline.
The store in Glasgow’s Argyle Street was a massive hit for the firm, which is looking to take on big-hitters like Starbucks and Costa with a British expansion, as coffee fans queued up to see it open.
Punters were eager to get their hands on the famous coffees, and the store’s iconic ‘Timbits’ doughtnut balls.
A store has been announced for Glasgow’s Silverburn shopping centre, and a drive-through outlet is currently going through the motions of planning permission to open in Falkirk.
The store in Dunfermline will be in ‘Hospital Hill’, the Strathkelvin branch will be in the area’s Retail Park, and the final store announced today will be based at Hamilton Business Park.