Obviously, the United States is not running on “Dunkin” fast enough because the brand is now launching a new “extra-charge coffee” in which the caffeine content has increased by 20%.
On Wednesday, Dunkin’s branches across the country will begin offering hot or frozen versions of its new Extra Charged Coffee, which is made from green coffee extracts and can provide customers with “extra caffeine.”
For a limited time before January 26, each Extra Charged Coffee drink only costs $2.
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Dunkin wrote in his blog on Tuesday: “To be honest, many of our plans and goals for 2020 are off track.”
The company added that its goal is to use green coffee extracts (rather than a small amount of espresso) to achieve its pre-caffeine charge coffee to avoid changing the original blend coffee that its customers already “know and love” “Flavour characteristics”.
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For Dunkin’s more adventurous customers, the brand also introduced two new coffee blends: Dunkin’ Explorer Batch, a medium roast with a “blackberry and smoky flavor”; and Dunkin’ Midnight, which has “Dark baking with inherent sweetness and boldness”, chocolate aroma. “It is said that Dunkin’s Explorer Batch is the first product in Dunkin’s new Limited Batch series, and Dunkin’ Midnight will replace the chain’s current Dark Roast product. (Too many choices? Dunkin’ is currently offering an online “emotion test”, To help customers determine which varieties they should try.)
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Together with Coffee, Dunkin’ announced the latest snack lineup for 2021, which includes Dunfetti donuts (basically Funfetti cake donuts) (currently available in participating regions) and gluten-free brownies. Other items returning to the menu in 2021 include croissant fillings, stuffed bagel mini bread and Snackin’ Bacon.