Dunkin’ debuts refreshing new drinks and savory new treats at Orlando locations

ORLANDO, Fla. — Just in time for the warmer weather, Dunkin’ has debuted a brand-new lineup of colorful and refreshing drinks to cool its customers down and keep them going.

The new menu features some new flavors and ingredients as well as the return of fan favorites.


Two of those returning favorites are the Butter Pecan Iced Coffee and the Sunrise Batch Iced Coffee.

The Dunkin’ refresher, with a new flavor, will return. The new Mango Pineapple Dunkin’ Refresher features mango and pineapple fruit flavors, combined with a choice of green tea, coconut milk or lemonade. Dunkin’ refreshers are also available in strawberry dragon fruit and peach passion fruit flavors.

After years of fans “hacking” the menu to create their own version of cake batter flavor, this fan favorite has become a reality. The new Cake Batter Signature Latte, a limited-time item, is an iced latte espresso with cake batter flavor and topped with whipped cream, a mocha drizzle and rainbow sprinkles.

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But that’s not all, as Dunkin’ is introducing two brand-new food items to the menu, including the new sweet and savory cornbread donut and MUNCHKINS® Donut Hole Treats and a new Tomato Pesto Grilled Cheese.

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“We want our guests to get more out of every day with Dunkin’ in each hand,” said Jill Nelson, vice president, marketing and culinary at Dunkin’. “We absolutely love the pairing of our new Mango Pineapple Dunkin’ Refresher with the delicious Tomato Pesto Grilled Cheese sandwich, and the ability to enjoy a pick-me-up from Dunkin’ at any time of day. The flavors are as bold and bright as the days ahead!”

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