Industry News | June 1, 2015

Baskin-Robbins Debuts Dunkin' Donuts Coffee 'N Donut

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Baskin-Robbins, the world’s largest chain of ice cream specialty shops, today announced that it has partnered with its sister brand Dunkin’ Donuts to create a new ice cream flavor inspired by a chocolate-frosted donut dunked in coffee in honor of National Donut Day, which takes place on June 5. Beginning today, guests can enjoy Baskin-Robbins’ June Flavor of the Month, Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee ‘N Donut, which features Dunkin’ Donuts coffee and donut-flavored ice creams dunked with donut pieces and a chocolate flavored icing ribbon. The new flavor can be enjoyed in a cup, cone, Cappuccino Blast, milkshake, or as a sundae at participating Baskin-Robbins shops nationwide.

Baskin-Robbins is also celebrating dads this month with a special lineup of festive, eye-catching Father’s Day ice cream cakes. These cakes can be customized to feature Dad’s favorite ice cream and cake flavor combination and can be ordered in-store or through Baskin-Robbins’ online cake ordering website. Ice cream cakes available for Father’s Day include:

The Cold One Cake: A festive new ice cream cake shaped like a mug

Tool Box Cake: For the Dad who is a handyman, this ice cream cake features decorative chocolate tools and blue icing and can be personalized with a special Father’s Day message.

“We’re excited to offer Baskin-Robbins guests a cool new twist on coffee and donuts with our Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee ‘N Donut Flavor of the Month, just in time for National Donut Day,” says Jeff Miller, executive chef and vice president of product innovation at Dunkin’ Brands. “The ice cream is made with delicious Dunkin’ Donuts Original Blend Coffee and Plain Cake Munchkins donut hole treats, and is swirled with donut pieces and a chocolate icing ribbon. We hope our guests enjoy the new flavor, as well as our lineup of Father’s Day ice cream cakes.”

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