America Runs On Dunkin' Right?
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America Runs On Dunkin' Right?

You'll be able to find your new favorite Dunkin' drink after reading this.

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America Runs On Dunkin' Right?
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Usually people stick to one place for their caffeinated beverages. Then there's me who enjoys both Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks and sometimes even goes to different places. It's all about preference! There's of course going to be trial and error but you'll end up finding out which beverages you like and dislike and that's exactly what I did to be able to generate this list of best drinks to get at Dunkin' Donuts. If you have any additional recommendations, let me know! Also, these are in no order at all.

Frozen Vanilla Chai

Ever had a vanilla chai latte? Ever had it frozen? Probably not! Well, you can try it Dunkin' ! If you usually like vanilla chai then this shouldn't taste much different. I do warn you that it can get addicting though so be careful!

Caramel Iced Latte

There are different flavors to choose from but I go with caramel. There's no need to get any sugar in it because the caramel flavor is sweet enough. There's always room to customize your drink. You can get it regular or decaf and the other flavor shots options are french vanilla, hazelnut, toasted almond, blueberry, raspberry, coconut. You can also get caramel, french vanilla, hazelnut, or mocha flavor swirls.

Caramel Swirl Iced Coffee

Caramel Swirl is my favorite iced coffee flavor to get at Dunkin' Donuts! Again, the caramel itself is sweet enough so you don't really need to add any sugar to it. You can also customize this drink. The customization options are pretty much the same as the iced latte ones but with the iced coffee you also have the option to get dark roast. If you're a true New Englander, you would get this in the middle of a snowstorm and be fine haha.

Well what if you don't drink coffee? No need to worry, I have some non-coffee options for you!

Iced Black Tea

How about some iced tea? There's iced black, sweet, and green tea. You can also get a shot of peach, blueberry, or raspberry but that is only available in some locations.

Coolattas

And I can't forget about coolattas! The coolattas flavors tend to change but my favorites are the Tropicana and watermelon. Tropicana is great if you like orange juice because it is basically a frozen orange juice!

I just noticed that these are all iced drinks but if you aren't into iced stuff I think you can most of these options hot except for the coolattas.

Now, how do you get these drinks?

You can go to any Dunkin' Donuts location near you to order any one of these drinks. There's also a Dunkin' Donuts app that you can use to place your order and you can pick it up at any participating location. If you find yourself going to Dunkin' a lot, you should get a rewards card with them. When you use it, you earn points every time you order and you also get a free drink to start off with. There's also many offers and discounts you can get with the card. To get a card all you have to do is buy a gift card and load it onto the app. Once the gift card runs out, you can always reload it!

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