As a Canadian with kids in hockey, I'm as close to an expert in Tim Horton's coffee as it gets (well, I'm at least in a class with a couple of million other people...). Anyway, Newman's Own isn't much like Tim Hortons, but it is an excellent coffee. Certainly one worth trying.
I think you will find as you try all the different coffees that one of the best things about the Keurig is your ability to have a different type of coffee whenever you feel like it. I like Tim Hortons, but I rarely go anymore because its easier to grab one from the Keurig on the way out the door - not to mention cheaper. Think about other store coffees that you may have had - Timothy's, Starbucks, Second Cup, etc and think about what you may like. Then jump over to coffeewhiz.com or bettercoffee.com or any of the other vendors and pick a bunch. If you like the strength of Tim Hortons, think of trying some of the Kona blends or Breakfast blends.
If you can't wait, run in to your local Timothy's location and grab a few different boxes to try. Although its kinda sad because the same box of Timothy's coffee is cheaper to buy online and have shipped to you, than it is to buy in the store around the corner.
Post here what you like and what you don't like and I'm sure you'll receive a ton of recommendations based on that.
jar wrote:Try the Newman's Own Special Blend Extra Bold.