Dunkin' Donuts Started Testing Cold Brew Coffee And It Looks Amazing
There are few things in life that can compare to the sheer bliss of sipping an ice-cold coffee on a scorching hot summer day.
But if you're a major caffeine addict like myself, you know not all coffee is created equal.
Yep, nothing will ruin your day faster than ordering your beloved iced java and ending up with a sh*tty, watered-down cup of room temperature coffee.
But luckily, you can play it safe by ditching the regular iced coffee for a super concentrated cold brew rendition.
If you happen to be a diehard fan of Dunkin' Donuts coffee, I have some good news for you.
It turns out Dunkin' is stepping up its iced coffee game with a brand-new cold brew coffee recipe.
According to a Dunkin' Donuts brand representative, the new drink is made by steeping coffee in cool water and refrigerating the mixture overnight. This results in a sweeter, smoother coffee with a higher amount of caffeine.
But before you jump up from your desk and run to the closest DD, you should probably know the new cold brew coffee isn't available nationwide yet.
Right now, Dunkin' is only offering the cold brew in a Western Massachusetts test market, but hopefully this thing becomes a permanent menu item in the near future.
Check out the photo below to see Dunkin' Donuts cold brew coffee.
Look for the Dunkin' Donuts Reps @AIConcampus today from 1-3PM and ask them for a FREE Cold Brew Coffee Sample! pic.twitter.com/rA7jEhVDuw — Dunkin' Donuts WMA (@DDinWMA) April 20, 2016