As someone with a long-standing fondness for Dunkin’ Donuts, I was ecstatic when I came across memes using Dunkin’ Spiked cappuccino on my Twitter feed. The Massachusetts-based doughnut and coffee shop is preparing to offer an alcoholic iced coffee and iced tea beverage called Dunkin’ Spiked.
According to an early VinePair report, Dunkin’ Spiked has been added to the list of permitted labels on the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) database. Dunkin’ Donuts received label approval in May, although the exact date for its launch has yet to be announced.
Customers of Dunkin’ Donuts are now enjoying another batch of the chain’s Pumpkin Spiced Lattes, and speculations regarding the chain’s Holiday 2023 menu are spreading. Fast-food lovers have posted the purported limited-time drink and meal menus on social media.
According to Instagram user @snackolator, Dunkin’ Donuts is bringing back its famous peppermint-flavored goods and surprising customers with new Christmas choices, like queso-loaded hash browns. According to @snackolator, the new menu will debut on November 1 at participating Dunkin’ Donuts shops nationwide.
Dunkin’ Donuts intends to revive two hot drinks in November: the Peppermint Mocha Latte and its Toasted White Chocolate Latte. As a new addition to its Christmas menu, the business is said to offer Spiced Cookies Coffee with brown sugar cookies and vanilla syrups produced with oat milk.
According to Instagram user @markie_devo, the Spiced Cookie Coffee and the Toasted White Mocha Latte will be available in hot and chilled versions.
There is, however, more. To satisfy those who continue to prefer cold coffee drinks despite the chilly conditions, Dunkin’ Donuts is reportedly bringing back their Cookie Butter Cold Brew, which will be presented in a new seasonal cup embellished with red, white, and green sprinkles. This iced coffee was topped with cookie butter, cold foam, and crumbles.
Dunkin’ Donuts has lately released a variety of new in-store items, such as Popping Bubbles, Avocado Toast, and Lemonade Refreshers, intending to delight and satisfy consumers.
However, for those who like to enjoy their coffee in the privacy of their own homes, Dunkin’ Donuts has introduced an innovative product.
It is worth mentioning that the Dunkin’ At Home product line allows people to enjoy their exquisite coffees from the comfort of their beds or sofas. The company’s flavor range of approximately twenty-four varieties is well recognized and cherished.
Furthermore, the firm has just debuted four additional varieties, giving shoppers even more alternatives to fall in love with. In all honesty, the present idea may be the most extraordinary one they’ve ever developed.
On August 16, 2023, in the city of Boston, the wait is over, and the long-awaited moment for pumpkin spice fans has arrived: Dunkin’ Donuts’ range of pumpkin-flavored items has returned. It has been 258 days since pumpkin flavor fans last savored the delightful taste of pumpkin at Dunkin’.
Customers may now enjoy the reintroduction of the Pumpkin Spice Signature, A cup of coffee Nutty Pumpkin Coffee, and Pumpkin pastry variety. Goldfish® Dunkin’TM Pumpkin Spice was introduced in line with the restaurant’s new menu.
Grahams will be making a reappearance at retail venues during September.
According to Jill McVicar Nelson, Chief Marketing Officer of Dunkin’ Donuts, there is a lot of enthusiasm around their pumpkin selection every year. The passionate reaction of our followers to this much-loved taste is just astounding.
The apparent excitement displayed by consumers on social media sites and at our restaurants emphasizes Dunkin’ Donuts’ deep link with the fall season. During the pumpkin spice season, Dunkin’s vibrant attitude is completely embraced as we passionately blend our signature orange color into numerous elements of our brand.
According to Dutch Bros, the chocolate crisp drink will return for the summer.
The chocolate crunch is the halfway point between chocolate milk and coffee, made up of dark chocolate sauce, chocolate macadamia nut taste, and chocolate milk, with OREO cookie pieces on top.
It was previously available for a short time at Dutch Bros in April, when the Oregon-based brand celebrated National Cold Brew Month.
Customers may now try Chocolate Crunch in three different ways until August 31.
Dunkin’ Donuts debuted their salted caramel cold brew this week, which is a slow-brewed, ultra-smooth, and creamy coffee.
When it first came out a year ago, it was so successful that it sold out throughout the country.
In connection with the reintroduction, Dunkin’ Donuts has brought back a caramel chocoholic donut that was discontinued in 2019.
Meanwhile, Starbucks has introduced three new non-coffee permanent menu items.
Pineapple passionfruit, raspberry acai, and mango dragonfruit are among the new chilled varieties of the company’s famous Refreshers.