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Dunkin’ has started selling four varieties of bottled iced coffee at locations and retail stores nationwide

We’ve been waiting on this release for a long time.

Iced coffee fans will find a new treat in the refrigerated aisle of their grocery stores: Dunkin’ Donuts iced coffee. Dunkin’ has released a new line of ready-to-drink bottled iced coffees in a new partnership with Coca-Cola, available to buy at retail outlets and Dunkin’ locations nationwide.

“We are proud to partner with The Coca-Cola Company, a world-class organization recognized for building powerful consumer brands, for the launch of bottled Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee,” Dunkin’ Donuts CEO Nigel Travis said in a statement. “Entry into the ready-to-drink coffee category reinforces our position as one of the world’s leading coffee brands, increases our brand relevance with new and current customers, and creates yet another way for America’s coffee-loving consumers to run on Dunkin’.”

The four available varieties are original, mocha, espresso and French vanilla, and all are made with blended milk and sugar, which is a bit of a bummer for anyone who drinks cold coffee beverages black.


We Tried Dunkin&rsquo Donuts&rsquo New Line of Bottled Coffees

It embodies everything we love about their in-store iced coffee.

If grabbing a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is part of your morning routine, we&aposve got good news. The brand just released their first line of pre-bottled coffee, and it’s every bit as milky and sweet as the iced beverages you love. Hello, 15 minutes shaved off of your morning!

The line includes four different flavors, including Original, French Vanilla, Espresso, and Mocha. They will be available in the refrigerated section of grocery, convenient, and Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide. The bottles cost $2.49 to $2.99 each, and are all 13.7 ounces (about the size of a medium Dunkin’ Donuts coffee).

Naturally, we were curious how the coffees stacked up against Starbucks’ line of bottled coffee beverages. Overall, the Dunkin’ Donuts products were much sweeter. But unlike the Starbucks drinks, they didn&apost leave us with crazy caffeine jitters.

The Original and Mocha flavor were clear favorites. It was easy to taste that they were made with real milk and cream—in fact, they reminded us a bit of melted coffee ice cream. Vanilla verged on overly sweet and had a slightly artificial taste, and we definitely couldn’t finish an entire bottle. And while Espresso was certainly tasty, we wanted it to pack even more intense coffee flavor. We were surprised they didn’t release a black coffee, or at least a milky unsweetened version. And we also wouldn&apost complain if they decided to bottle up, oh, say, their Rocky Road Swirl. Or Cookie Dough Swirl. Here’s hoping they’ll release more options soon.


We Tried Dunkin&rsquo Donuts&rsquo New Line of Bottled Coffees

It embodies everything we love about their in-store iced coffee.

If grabbing a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is part of your morning routine, we&aposve got good news. The brand just released their first line of pre-bottled coffee, and it’s every bit as milky and sweet as the iced beverages you love. Hello, 15 minutes shaved off of your morning!

The line includes four different flavors, including Original, French Vanilla, Espresso, and Mocha. They will be available in the refrigerated section of grocery, convenient, and Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide. The bottles cost $2.49 to $2.99 each, and are all 13.7 ounces (about the size of a medium Dunkin’ Donuts coffee).

Naturally, we were curious how the coffees stacked up against Starbucks’ line of bottled coffee beverages. Overall, the Dunkin’ Donuts products were much sweeter. But unlike the Starbucks drinks, they didn&apost leave us with crazy caffeine jitters.

The Original and Mocha flavor were clear favorites. It was easy to taste that they were made with real milk and cream—in fact, they reminded us a bit of melted coffee ice cream. Vanilla verged on overly sweet and had a slightly artificial taste, and we definitely couldn’t finish an entire bottle. And while Espresso was certainly tasty, we wanted it to pack even more intense coffee flavor. We were surprised they didn’t release a black coffee, or at least a milky unsweetened version. And we also wouldn&apost complain if they decided to bottle up, oh, say, their Rocky Road Swirl. Or Cookie Dough Swirl. Here’s hoping they’ll release more options soon.


We Tried Dunkin&rsquo Donuts&rsquo New Line of Bottled Coffees

It embodies everything we love about their in-store iced coffee.

If grabbing a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is part of your morning routine, we&aposve got good news. The brand just released their first line of pre-bottled coffee, and it’s every bit as milky and sweet as the iced beverages you love. Hello, 15 minutes shaved off of your morning!

The line includes four different flavors, including Original, French Vanilla, Espresso, and Mocha. They will be available in the refrigerated section of grocery, convenient, and Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide. The bottles cost $2.49 to $2.99 each, and are all 13.7 ounces (about the size of a medium Dunkin’ Donuts coffee).

Naturally, we were curious how the coffees stacked up against Starbucks’ line of bottled coffee beverages. Overall, the Dunkin’ Donuts products were much sweeter. But unlike the Starbucks drinks, they didn&apost leave us with crazy caffeine jitters.

The Original and Mocha flavor were clear favorites. It was easy to taste that they were made with real milk and cream—in fact, they reminded us a bit of melted coffee ice cream. Vanilla verged on overly sweet and had a slightly artificial taste, and we definitely couldn’t finish an entire bottle. And while Espresso was certainly tasty, we wanted it to pack even more intense coffee flavor. We were surprised they didn’t release a black coffee, or at least a milky unsweetened version. And we also wouldn&apost complain if they decided to bottle up, oh, say, their Rocky Road Swirl. Or Cookie Dough Swirl. Here’s hoping they’ll release more options soon.


We Tried Dunkin&rsquo Donuts&rsquo New Line of Bottled Coffees

It embodies everything we love about their in-store iced coffee.

If grabbing a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is part of your morning routine, we&aposve got good news. The brand just released their first line of pre-bottled coffee, and it’s every bit as milky and sweet as the iced beverages you love. Hello, 15 minutes shaved off of your morning!

The line includes four different flavors, including Original, French Vanilla, Espresso, and Mocha. They will be available in the refrigerated section of grocery, convenient, and Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide. The bottles cost $2.49 to $2.99 each, and are all 13.7 ounces (about the size of a medium Dunkin’ Donuts coffee).

Naturally, we were curious how the coffees stacked up against Starbucks’ line of bottled coffee beverages. Overall, the Dunkin’ Donuts products were much sweeter. But unlike the Starbucks drinks, they didn&apost leave us with crazy caffeine jitters.

The Original and Mocha flavor were clear favorites. It was easy to taste that they were made with real milk and cream—in fact, they reminded us a bit of melted coffee ice cream. Vanilla verged on overly sweet and had a slightly artificial taste, and we definitely couldn’t finish an entire bottle. And while Espresso was certainly tasty, we wanted it to pack even more intense coffee flavor. We were surprised they didn’t release a black coffee, or at least a milky unsweetened version. And we also wouldn&apost complain if they decided to bottle up, oh, say, their Rocky Road Swirl. Or Cookie Dough Swirl. Here’s hoping they’ll release more options soon.


We Tried Dunkin&rsquo Donuts&rsquo New Line of Bottled Coffees

It embodies everything we love about their in-store iced coffee.

If grabbing a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is part of your morning routine, we&aposve got good news. The brand just released their first line of pre-bottled coffee, and it’s every bit as milky and sweet as the iced beverages you love. Hello, 15 minutes shaved off of your morning!

The line includes four different flavors, including Original, French Vanilla, Espresso, and Mocha. They will be available in the refrigerated section of grocery, convenient, and Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide. The bottles cost $2.49 to $2.99 each, and are all 13.7 ounces (about the size of a medium Dunkin’ Donuts coffee).

Naturally, we were curious how the coffees stacked up against Starbucks’ line of bottled coffee beverages. Overall, the Dunkin’ Donuts products were much sweeter. But unlike the Starbucks drinks, they didn&apost leave us with crazy caffeine jitters.

The Original and Mocha flavor were clear favorites. It was easy to taste that they were made with real milk and cream—in fact, they reminded us a bit of melted coffee ice cream. Vanilla verged on overly sweet and had a slightly artificial taste, and we definitely couldn’t finish an entire bottle. And while Espresso was certainly tasty, we wanted it to pack even more intense coffee flavor. We were surprised they didn’t release a black coffee, or at least a milky unsweetened version. And we also wouldn&apost complain if they decided to bottle up, oh, say, their Rocky Road Swirl. Or Cookie Dough Swirl. Here’s hoping they’ll release more options soon.


We Tried Dunkin&rsquo Donuts&rsquo New Line of Bottled Coffees

It embodies everything we love about their in-store iced coffee.

If grabbing a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is part of your morning routine, we&aposve got good news. The brand just released their first line of pre-bottled coffee, and it’s every bit as milky and sweet as the iced beverages you love. Hello, 15 minutes shaved off of your morning!

The line includes four different flavors, including Original, French Vanilla, Espresso, and Mocha. They will be available in the refrigerated section of grocery, convenient, and Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide. The bottles cost $2.49 to $2.99 each, and are all 13.7 ounces (about the size of a medium Dunkin’ Donuts coffee).

Naturally, we were curious how the coffees stacked up against Starbucks’ line of bottled coffee beverages. Overall, the Dunkin’ Donuts products were much sweeter. But unlike the Starbucks drinks, they didn&apost leave us with crazy caffeine jitters.

The Original and Mocha flavor were clear favorites. It was easy to taste that they were made with real milk and cream—in fact, they reminded us a bit of melted coffee ice cream. Vanilla verged on overly sweet and had a slightly artificial taste, and we definitely couldn’t finish an entire bottle. And while Espresso was certainly tasty, we wanted it to pack even more intense coffee flavor. We were surprised they didn’t release a black coffee, or at least a milky unsweetened version. And we also wouldn&apost complain if they decided to bottle up, oh, say, their Rocky Road Swirl. Or Cookie Dough Swirl. Here’s hoping they’ll release more options soon.


We Tried Dunkin&rsquo Donuts&rsquo New Line of Bottled Coffees

It embodies everything we love about their in-store iced coffee.

If grabbing a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is part of your morning routine, we&aposve got good news. The brand just released their first line of pre-bottled coffee, and it’s every bit as milky and sweet as the iced beverages you love. Hello, 15 minutes shaved off of your morning!

The line includes four different flavors, including Original, French Vanilla, Espresso, and Mocha. They will be available in the refrigerated section of grocery, convenient, and Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide. The bottles cost $2.49 to $2.99 each, and are all 13.7 ounces (about the size of a medium Dunkin’ Donuts coffee).

Naturally, we were curious how the coffees stacked up against Starbucks’ line of bottled coffee beverages. Overall, the Dunkin’ Donuts products were much sweeter. But unlike the Starbucks drinks, they didn&apost leave us with crazy caffeine jitters.

The Original and Mocha flavor were clear favorites. It was easy to taste that they were made with real milk and cream—in fact, they reminded us a bit of melted coffee ice cream. Vanilla verged on overly sweet and had a slightly artificial taste, and we definitely couldn’t finish an entire bottle. And while Espresso was certainly tasty, we wanted it to pack even more intense coffee flavor. We were surprised they didn’t release a black coffee, or at least a milky unsweetened version. And we also wouldn&apost complain if they decided to bottle up, oh, say, their Rocky Road Swirl. Or Cookie Dough Swirl. Here’s hoping they’ll release more options soon.


We Tried Dunkin&rsquo Donuts&rsquo New Line of Bottled Coffees

It embodies everything we love about their in-store iced coffee.

If grabbing a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is part of your morning routine, we&aposve got good news. The brand just released their first line of pre-bottled coffee, and it’s every bit as milky and sweet as the iced beverages you love. Hello, 15 minutes shaved off of your morning!

The line includes four different flavors, including Original, French Vanilla, Espresso, and Mocha. They will be available in the refrigerated section of grocery, convenient, and Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide. The bottles cost $2.49 to $2.99 each, and are all 13.7 ounces (about the size of a medium Dunkin’ Donuts coffee).

Naturally, we were curious how the coffees stacked up against Starbucks’ line of bottled coffee beverages. Overall, the Dunkin’ Donuts products were much sweeter. But unlike the Starbucks drinks, they didn&apost leave us with crazy caffeine jitters.

The Original and Mocha flavor were clear favorites. It was easy to taste that they were made with real milk and cream—in fact, they reminded us a bit of melted coffee ice cream. Vanilla verged on overly sweet and had a slightly artificial taste, and we definitely couldn’t finish an entire bottle. And while Espresso was certainly tasty, we wanted it to pack even more intense coffee flavor. We were surprised they didn’t release a black coffee, or at least a milky unsweetened version. And we also wouldn&apost complain if they decided to bottle up, oh, say, their Rocky Road Swirl. Or Cookie Dough Swirl. Here’s hoping they’ll release more options soon.


We Tried Dunkin&rsquo Donuts&rsquo New Line of Bottled Coffees

It embodies everything we love about their in-store iced coffee.

If grabbing a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is part of your morning routine, we&aposve got good news. The brand just released their first line of pre-bottled coffee, and it’s every bit as milky and sweet as the iced beverages you love. Hello, 15 minutes shaved off of your morning!

The line includes four different flavors, including Original, French Vanilla, Espresso, and Mocha. They will be available in the refrigerated section of grocery, convenient, and Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide. The bottles cost $2.49 to $2.99 each, and are all 13.7 ounces (about the size of a medium Dunkin’ Donuts coffee).

Naturally, we were curious how the coffees stacked up against Starbucks’ line of bottled coffee beverages. Overall, the Dunkin’ Donuts products were much sweeter. But unlike the Starbucks drinks, they didn&apost leave us with crazy caffeine jitters.

The Original and Mocha flavor were clear favorites. It was easy to taste that they were made with real milk and cream—in fact, they reminded us a bit of melted coffee ice cream. Vanilla verged on overly sweet and had a slightly artificial taste, and we definitely couldn’t finish an entire bottle. And while Espresso was certainly tasty, we wanted it to pack even more intense coffee flavor. We were surprised they didn’t release a black coffee, or at least a milky unsweetened version. And we also wouldn&apost complain if they decided to bottle up, oh, say, their Rocky Road Swirl. Or Cookie Dough Swirl. Here’s hoping they’ll release more options soon.


We Tried Dunkin&rsquo Donuts&rsquo New Line of Bottled Coffees

It embodies everything we love about their in-store iced coffee.

If grabbing a Dunkin’ Donuts coffee is part of your morning routine, we&aposve got good news. The brand just released their first line of pre-bottled coffee, and it’s every bit as milky and sweet as the iced beverages you love. Hello, 15 minutes shaved off of your morning!

The line includes four different flavors, including Original, French Vanilla, Espresso, and Mocha. They will be available in the refrigerated section of grocery, convenient, and Dunkin’ Donuts stores nationwide. The bottles cost $2.49 to $2.99 each, and are all 13.7 ounces (about the size of a medium Dunkin’ Donuts coffee).

Naturally, we were curious how the coffees stacked up against Starbucks’ line of bottled coffee beverages. Overall, the Dunkin’ Donuts products were much sweeter. But unlike the Starbucks drinks, they didn&apost leave us with crazy caffeine jitters.

The Original and Mocha flavor were clear favorites. It was easy to taste that they were made with real milk and cream—in fact, they reminded us a bit of melted coffee ice cream. Vanilla verged on overly sweet and had a slightly artificial taste, and we definitely couldn’t finish an entire bottle. And while Espresso was certainly tasty, we wanted it to pack even more intense coffee flavor. We were surprised they didn’t release a black coffee, or at least a milky unsweetened version. And we also wouldn&apost complain if they decided to bottle up, oh, say, their Rocky Road Swirl. Or Cookie Dough Swirl. Here’s hoping they’ll release more options soon.


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