Dunkin' Employee Reveals This New Coffee Flavor Is Launching Next Month
Dunkin' Donuts is constantly adding new flavors to its roster–and an employee recently leaked on Reddit that a cookie-inspired coffee flavor is coming to the chain in January.
According to an apparent Dunkin' employee and Reddit user naruto1957, Dunkin' will be unveiling its brown sugar cookie syrup early next month. It will be available for flavoring coffee and other drinks at the chain.
Luckily for those who are lactose intolerant or vegan, the new syrup is milk and allergen-free, according to the product's label.
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The Dunkin' employee said that they mixed up an almond milk iced latte with the syrup, and it was "delicious." "Can't wait for y'all to try it," they added.
Sharing their excitement on the Reddit thread online, Dunkin' fans are clearly already pumped up for the release of the new syrup.
"I loved the cookie dough swirl from summertime, and then gingerbread last winter was great," one user said. "This will probably be up my alley."
Another user said: "I would love a brown sugar shaken espresso with oat milk."
While it's unclear how long the new flavor will stick around, it's likely to be a hit among those who were already fans of Dunkin's other cookie-inspired syrups.
For more on Dunkin', check out 11 Secrets Dunkin' Doesn't Want You to Know.