Dunkin’ Donuts Introduces S’mores Flavored Coffees, Vanilla Cake Batter Donut and Dunkin’ Donuts Sprinkles Donut

Dunkin’ Donuts has kicked off the unofficial start of summer with new S’mores flavored coffees.  Available in hot and iced coffees, lattes, macchiatos and Frozen Dunkin’ Coffee, the new flavor is a combination of graham cracker, toasted marshmallow and chocolate.  Available through summer at participating Dunkin’ Donuts locations.On the donut side of Dunkin’, there are two newcomers to the menu.  The Vanilla Cake Batter Donut features vanilla-flavored cake batter filling, frosted with chocolate icing and topped with confetti sprinkles. The Dunkin’ Donuts Sprinkles Donut is frosted with white icing and topped with pink and orange sprinkles shaped like the “DD” logo.Also Friday is National Donut Day so get a free classic donut of your choice with the purchase of any beverage.  Offer available on Friday June 2nd only while supplies last.

4 comments on “Dunkin’ Donuts Introduces S’mores Flavored Coffees, Vanilla Cake Batter Donut and Dunkin’ Donuts Sprinkles Donut

  1. Johnnyboy says:

    Who cares what Dunkin has to offer. Blah blah blah! GMO flavored crap that is frozen and thawed at your local franchise. No fresh donuts means fake food!

  2. Caitlin says:

    I tried the S’mores Swirl in an iced coffee with cream, and honestly I HATED it. Perhaps it’s because the employee put at least five pumps in the bottom of a small cup and didn’t bother to even stir the drink, but my initial sips tasted like some weird liquid medicine I used to take as a child whenever I got sick. Not too sweet, more of a burnt artificial flavor to it and all my high expectations were crushed. I love getting chunks of syrup sucked through my straw normally, but this was too much and very unpleasant. Even after I stirred it, the beverage was NOT worth a repurchase. The first 1/5 I’ve ever given to a DD beverage.

  3. Rick says:

    Cake batter donut is great. My local DD (Verizon Center) couldn’t be less interested in pushing the smores. I’m not optimistic how it will taste in “iced coffee” and how much milk it will take to derive any flavor out of it.

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