You can now drink iconic Girl Scout Cookies in coffee form - thanks to a partnership with Dunkin’ Donuts.
Known for being practically irresistible, the new coffee flavours are inspired by three iconic Girl Scout cookie varieties - Thin Mints, Coconut Caramel, and Peanut Butter Cookie, according to the Dunkin’ Donuts press release.
And the coffee chain promises the new Thin Mints coffee flavour will incorporate the cool mint and decadent chocolate flavours found in the delicious cookie - with the Coconut Caramel flavour featuring “toasted coconut together with creamy caramel.”
But more importantly, Dunkin’ Donuts has found a way to create peanut butter flavouring with absolutely no allergens for the Peanut Butter Cookie inspired coffee.
According to the press release: “Dunkin’ Donuts has crafted its first-ever coffee featuring the flavour of mouth-watering peanut butter (without allergens).”
Of their decision to use flavours inspired by Girl Scout Cookies, Patty Healy, senior director of integrated marketing said: “Our guests have come to expect and enjoy fun, innovative flavours from us, and what could elicit more smiles than the iconic taste of Girl Scout Cookie-inspired flavours in your favourite Dunkin’ Donuts coffee?
“It’s a natural fit and a powerful combination. We are especially proud that our franchisees, many of whom are small business owners themselves, are committed to fuelling the entrepreneurial spirit of the Girl Scouts by welcoming local troops to sell cookies at their restaurants.”
So not only can you buy Girl Scout Cookie-flavoured coffee at your local Dunkin’ Donuts starting February 24, you can also pick up a box or four of cookies while you’re there.
In a sentimental touch, the coffee chain announced the new flavours in Savannah, Georgia - the birthplace of Girl Scouts of the USA.
The cookie-flavoured coffees will be available in hot or iced coffees, lattes, macchiatos, frozen coffee, and frozen chocolate and in Dunkin’ Donuts from February 26 through May.
Happy National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend!
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