Dunkin’ gears up for the 2019 pumpkin season by bringing back Pumpkin Flavored Coffees alongside the new Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Signature Latte and new Apple Cider Donut and Munchkins donut hole treats – all arriving at participating locations nationwide by August 21, 2019.
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In advance of the nationwide debut, fans in select cities will be able to get an early taste of fall for one day only on Wednesday, August 14, when Dunkin’ will be rebranding eight select locations to Pumpkin’, complete with new exterior signage and festive decor. Free small hot or iced Pumpkin Coffee will be offered to the first 250 fans at each location, while supplies last. Dunkin’ will also be offering a limited quantity of its new pumpkin-scented Munchkins lip balm, while supplies last.
Though the list of participating locations remain under wraps, Dunkin’ is offering fans a hint: the cities spell out the word P-U-M-P-K-I-N-‘. The chain is advising fans to follow follow @Dunkin on Instagram for clues on where the Pumpkin’ restaurants will pop up.
Dunkin’s new 2019 fall menu:
New Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Signature Latte: Pumpkin and cinnamon flavors, topped with whipped cream, a caramel drizzle and cinnamon sugar topping. Available hot or iced.
Pumpkin Flavored Coffees: Dunkin’s pumpkin flavor swirl is available in its hot or iced coffee, Cold Brew, espresso drinks, frozen coffee and frozen chocolate.
New Apple Cider Donut and Munchkins donut hole treats: An apple cider cake ring tossed in cinnamon sugar. Also available in Munchkins donut hole form.
Pumpkin Donut and Muffin: The returning fan favorite Pumpkin Donut features a glazed pumpkin cake donut that can also be enjoyed as bite-size Munchkins donut hole treats. The brand’s returning Pumpkin Muffin comes topped with white icing and sweet streusel crumbs.
Pumpkin K-Cup Pods: Fans are also being invited to take the taste of Pumpkin home with Dunkin’s Pumpkin K-Cup Pods, available at participating Dunkin’ locations nationwide for a limited time. Pumpkin flavored K-Cup Pods and packaged coffee will also be available in grocery and other retailers nationwide as well as online.
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