If your daily Tim Hortons fix includes a blueberry danish or a walnut crunch doughnut, you’ll have to find a new favourite treat.

Those are among the 24 items the coffee chain says will be discontinued as the Tim Hortons menu is revamped to add some new, limited-time items.

Here is a partial list of treats that will no longer be available once the current supply dries out:

  • Mixed berry smoothie
  • Blueberry danish
  • Chocolate danish
  • Double berry muffin
  • Walnut Crunch doughnut
  • Timbit Dutchie
  • Gingerbread Man cookies

CTV News has asked for a full list, and we will post that if it’s released.

Tim Hortons will also no longer serve ice cream as it parts ways with the Cold Stone Creamery, a U.S. dairy chain.

The company partnered up with Cold Stone Creamery in 2009 to offer ice cream products in a number of Canadian restaurants, but now says it will pull the brand to focus on faster service and newer items.

More details about the changes at Tim Hortons and the company’s five-year strategy are expected next week.

With files from The Canadian Press