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Dunkin’ Shakes Up the Beverage Game: Internet Reacts to New Spiked Coffee and Tea

I was thrilled to discover memes of Dunkin’ Spiked coffee appearing on my Twitter account as a lifelong lover of Dunkin’ Donuts.

The Massachusetts-based doughnut and coffee chain is getting ready to introduce its Dunkin’ Spiked line of iced coffee and iced tea beverages.

Dunkin’ Spiked was added to the database of label approvals maintained by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), according to VinePair’s initial report. Although Dunkin’ got label clearance in May, no launch date has been made public.

The four flavor options for the hard coffees and teas will come in variety packs and include Original Iced Coffee, Caramel Iced Coffee, Mocha Iced Coffee, and Vanilla Iced Coffee.

The flavors of the spiked iced teas are Strawberry Dragonfruit Iced Tea Refresher, Mango Pineapple Iced Tea Refresher, Half & Half Iced Tea, and Dunkin’s Slightly Sweet Iced Tea.

At a 6 percent ABV against a 5 percent ABV for the iced teas, the spiked coffees will be slightly more alcoholic than the teas.

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Dunkin’ Dives into Alcoholic Beverages

I was thrilled to discover memes of Dunkin’ Spiked coffee appearing on my Twitter account as a lifelong lover of Dunkin’ Donuts.

The international coffee chain will create the alcoholic beverages in collaboration with the Harpoon Brewery in Boston.

Before this collaboration, the two businesses worked together to develop beers with doughnut and coffee flavors inspired by popular Dunkin’ Donuts products, including Dunkin’ Pumpkin, Maple Crème Blonde Ale, Midnight American Porter, and Blueberry Matcha IPA.

Customers of Dunkin’ shared their joy and fear about the recently introduced spiked coffee drink on X, formerly known as Twitter. One X user wrote, “The Commonwealth of Massachusetts will not survive this.”

Actor Ben Affleck was spotted taking orders at one of the Boston-based chain’s shops in Medford, Massachusetts, causing Dunkin’ Donuts to go viral earlier this year.

We don’t know when we’ll be able to purchase these Dunkin’ Donuts alcoholic beverages, but they don’t yet have hard coffee or tea options.

But, the collection’s website states that when these hard Dunkin’ goods do arrive in stores, they will come in 12-ounce cans in either six-packs or mixed 12-can packs. Also available are 19.2-ounce, large single-serve cans.

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Source: USA Today

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