As temperatures start to heat up, Dunkin’ Donuts, America’s all-day, everyday stop for coffee and baked goods, is helping people chill out by introducing three cool new Coolatta frozen beverage flavors: Berry Blast, Raspberry Lime, and Minute Maid Orange.
Dunkin’ Donuts is also making it more affordable to keep cool with a Coolatta in May, offering guests small Coolatta beverages in any variety for the special value price of only $1.99 throughout the month.
Dunkin’ Donuts’ new Berry Blast Coolatta provides pomegranate and blueberry taste in a frozen fruity drink, while the new Raspberry Lime Coolatta has a sweet lime flavor with a hint of raspberry. Both flavors are available nationwide at participating restaurants for a limited time only. The Minute Maid Orange Coolatta joins the menu lineup as a permanent item at participating restaurants nationwide and gives guests the option of enjoying a favorite orange flavor in a refreshing frozen drink.
While Dunkin’ Donuts adds these new flavors to its popular menu lineup of Coolatta flavors, the brand is also bringing back several favorite seasonal varieties, including Frozen Lemonade, Blue Raspberry, and Strawberry Lemonade Coolatta.
These frozen beverage varieties are available for a limited time only at participating restaurants nationwide. The Frozen Coffee Coolatta is a frosty coffee-flavored beverage topped with whipped cream. Additional frozen beverages include the Frozen Mocha Coffee Coolatta and the Frozen Caramel Coffee Coolatta.
“We look forward to the beginning of warm weather and the opportunity to give our guests new and innovative ways to keep cool and stay running as the temperatures rise,” says Stan Frankenthaler, Dunkin’ Brands’ executive chef and VP of product innovation. “This year is especially exciting as we’re adding to our Coolatta menu lineup with three fun, unique flavors. Along with the special value offer for May, Dunkin’ Donuts continues to distinguish itself as the place where busy, on-the-go people can stay cool.”
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