Dunkin’ Donuts New Caramel Macchiato & Mocha Latte Cereals
Marc Gordon - July 30, 2020

In the Morning of Life

by Thomas Moore

In the morning of life, when its cares are unknown,
And its pleasures in all their new lustre begin,
When we live in a bright-beaming world of our own,
And the light that surrounds us is all from within;
Oh 'tis not, believe me, in that happy time
We can love, as in hours of less transport we may; —
Of our smiles, of our hopes, 'tis the gay sunny prime,
But affection is truest when these fade away.

When we see the first glory of youth pass us by,
Like a leaf on the stream that will never return,
When our cup, which had sparkled with pleasure so high,
First tastes of the other, the dark-flowing urn;
Then, then in the time when affection holds sway
With a depth and a tenderness joy never knew;
Love, nursed among pleasures, is faithless as they,
But the love born of Sorrow, like Sorrow, is true.

In climes full of sunshine, though splendid the flowers,
Their sighs have no freshness, their odour no worth;
\‘Tis the cloud and the mist of our own Isle of showers
That call the rich spirit of fragrancy forth.
So it is not \‘mid splendour, prosperity, mirth,
That the depth of Love's generous spirit appears;
To the sunshine of smiles it may first owe its birth,
But the soul of its sweetness is drawn out by tears.

Get ready Dunkin’ Donuts fans! The coffee chain has new caramel macchiato and mocha latte cereals! They are made to be just as rich and creamy as the drinks we all know and love. The Post cereals are packed with mini marshmallows that are even extra-sugary. The caramel macchiato flavor includes crunchy espresso-flavored cereal and caramel-swirled marshmallows which replicate perfectly the taste of a typical iced coffee. For chocolate-lovers, the mocha latte flavor is made with espresso-flavored cereal and chocolate-latte-swirled marshmallows.

 

A Dunkin' Donuts employee places a fresh tray of "croissant doughnuts," on the shelf on November 3, 2014 in New York City.

Getty Images/News/Andrew Burton

 

The cereals do actually contain some caffeine, though a very small amount. In fact, it’s roughly one-tenth of a cup of coffee per serving. So the good news is that you can still have your morning cup of coffee. Each flavor will be available at grocery stores nationwide for $4 per 17-ounce box beginning in late August. Are you guys also getting a caffeine boost just from thinking about eating these for breakfast?