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Dunkin’ introduces Coconut Refreshers, Coconutmilk Iced Latte, coconutmilk non-dairy creamer

New coconutmilk selection expands non-dairy options

Dunkin’ debuted Coconutmilk Iced Latte, Coconut Refreshers and a coconutmilk non-dairy creamer alternative for customers. The new nationwide rollout begins April 28. Dunkin’s coconutmilk will join oatmilk and almondmilk as non-dairy options.

A non-dairy beverage with tropical vibe, the new Coconutmilk Iced Latte blends roasted espresso notes with hints of sweet, nutty coconut. Dunkin’ announced the new Coconutmilk Iced Latte, with a creamy, smooth texture, as a featured summer beverage.

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The Dunkin’ Refreshers line will expand with the addition of these Coconut Refreshers: Pink Strawberry, Golden Peach and Purple Pomegranate. To promote the Coconut Refreshers, the Canton, Mass.-based coffee & beverage chain will offer these drinks in medium size for $3 from April 28 to May 25, 2021.

“From our colorful Dunkin’ Coconut Refreshers to our creamy Coconutmilk Iced Latte, Dunkin’ is crafting the coolest coconutmilk beverages to keep our guests refreshed and running, throughout summer and all year-long,” said Jill Nelson, vice president, Marketing & Culinary at Dunkin’.

Dunkin’s expanding non-dairy selections are part of an intentional effort to bring more creamer options to customers. In 2014, it introduced almondmilk as a creamer choice, and in 2020 it added oatmilk systemwide.

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