Halloween is behind us, which means only one thing: it’s time to get into the Christmas spirit! Dunkin’s clearly understood the assignment and in a timely fashion, just released its 2021 holiday line up which includes seasonal beverages and on-the-go snacks. If you need a little encouragement to feel the holiday spirit, these new Dunkin’ items will do the trick! Keep scrolling to check out the delicious new delights.
First up is the New Toasted White Chocolate Signature Latte: For all you white chocolate lovers, this is the drink for you. The drink is a creamy white chocolate flavored latte with whipped cream, cinnamon sugar, and a caramel drizzle. Also new to the seasonal menu is the White Mocha Hot Chocolate, which changes up the hot chocolate classic by adding creamy milk chocolate as well as white chocolate. Methinks white chocolate is finally getting the recognition it deserves with these new drinks. Returning from previous years is the Peppermint Mocha Signature Latte. With warm notes of cocoa powder and mocha drizzle, blended together with refreshing peppermint and whipped cream – this is the epitome of a seasonal winter beverage.
If you prefer a more traditional coffee, sans all the chocolate and sugar (no judgment) , then the New Holiday Blend Coffee is just for you. It is part of Dunkin’s Limited Batch Series and includes a mix of Colombian and Ethiopian coffees. For a rich flavor, notes of sweet molasses and dried fruit are also added to the blend. Get it while it lasts until December 1st at Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide. And what about a pastry to go with your coffee? No worries, Dunkin’s got you covered with their new Pancake Minis. Perfect as a breakfast snack, the order includes six mini maple-flavored pancakes. In addition, the menu will also include a new Cranberry Orange Muffin, which is made of real cranberries and lots of sugary goodness. These drinks and snacks have enough sugar and holiday spices to give you the sugar high needed for this holiday season! Check them out for yourself in a Dunkin’