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    Duck Donuts Prepares for Spring with 99-Cent Coffe

  • Industry News March 5, 2018

    Duck Donuts is offering its customers the opportunity to enjoy a small hot coffee for only 99 cents, now through March 31. Duck Donuts is saying hello to spring with the debut of its brand new seasonal icing flavor, Key lime, and pastel-inspired spring assortment, available until June 3.

    “We are always evaluating new flavors to offer our customers, especially ones that are encouraged by our fans,” says Russ DiGilio, founder and CEO of Duck Donuts Franchising Company. “We’re excited to welcome spring with a flavor we have never offered in stores before.”

    The new seasonal flavor atop a vanilla cake donut is the perfect combination of sweet and tart and resembles the taste of Key lime pie when topped with graham cracker crumbs and marshmallow drizzle. The Spring assortment will feature unique pairings such as Key lime icing with shredded coconut and classic combinations like maple bacon and chocolate icing with Oreo crumbles.

    Back by popular demand, Duck Donuts will feature Papua New Guinea as its seasonal spring coffee flavor. The medium roast is smooth and slightly sweet with a hint of fruit flavor from the beans of the Albizia berry trees of Papua New Guinea. For customers craving espresso, seasonal options including Chocolate Hazelnut Mocha, Honey Cinnamon Latte and Caramel Nut Latte will also be available at participating locations.

    Duck Donuts specializes in warm, delicious and made-to-order donuts. Customers can choose from a variety of topping combinations, including traditional favorites such as chocolate icing with sprinkles and more adventurous creations such as maple icing with bacon. The family-friendly stores offer a viewing area where children and adults alike can watch their donuts being made. Duck Donuts also sells coffee, tea, donut breakfast sandwiches and more. To learn more about local promotions or locate the nearest Duck Donuts, visit

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