Dunkin' fans now have another option to sweeten their caffeine runs, thanks to the release of the chain's new Cold Foam on Wednesday, Feb. 24. In addition to dropping a line of Cold Foam-topped Cold Brews, including a caramel-forward sip approved by Charli D'Amelio herself, you can also add the new ingredient to any iced beverage. If you're thinking of upping the ante on a regular iced coffee or getting creative with one of your faves, the price of Dunkin's Cold Foam as a drink add-on might convince you to experiment.
Normally, the Sweet Cold Foam Cold Brew costs a little bit more than Dunkin's regular Cold Brew (which clocks in at $2.99 for a small, $3.29 for a medium, and $3.59 for a large). The regular Sweet Cold Foam Cold Brew accounts for the addition of the vanilla-flavored creamy foam topping, so the new drink goes for $3.59 for a small, $3.89 for a medium, and $4.09 for a large. In short, you'll basically be paying about 60 cents to take your classic Cold Brew up a notch. However, considering all medium Cold Brews are $3 for a limited-time from Feb. 23 through March 24, it's a better deal to order the Sweet Cold Foam Cold Brew or another sip from the collection than to get the topping as an add-on. You can also add the Cold Foam to any non-Cold Brew iced drink for just 70 cents, giving you a wallet-friendly way to craft a new favorite sip.
The other items in the Cold Foam collection — the Chocolate Stout Cold Brew with Sweet Cold Foam, which is finished with hot chocolate for a malty flavor, and the cinnamon sugar and caramel-flavored Charli Cold Brew — are also part of the $3 deal.
You might want to consider choosing delivery or ordering at a drive through when grabbing one of these new Cold Brews, per the coronavirus safety guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for deliveries and takeout as of Dec. 31. If you do decide to order or pick up your sips in-store, make sure to wear a mask at all times, practice social distancing as much as possible, and wash or sanitize your hands after leaving the store and before drinking your Cold Brew.
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