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Revealing the Super-Secret Dunkin’ Donuts Menu



Yes, it’s true that you can visit your local Dunkin’ Donuts, pay $2.50 for iced coffee, and you’re done. But don’t you want something new? Aren’t you curious about the other drinks that Dunkin’ has to offer?

Plenty of people have actually tried just about every drink that Dunkin’ has to offer on its menu. They also don’t fail to try the limited-edition drinks and the seasonal beverages that come and go each year.

But Dunkin’ has its own secret menu as well, which means they also offer drinks that aren’t listed on the menu. Starbucks may have popularized the very idea of a secret menu, but the Starbucks secret menu isn’t all that secret anymore.

With Dunkin’, not all that many people (including some fans) even realize that there’s a secret menu. The good news is that with social media, the secret is finally out. We’ve uncovered Dunkin’ drinks that you can order off the menu—if you know how it’s done.

So, let the secrets reveal themselves once and for all:

Sour Patch Kids Drink

You’d think that with a name like that (and the fact that it’s based on candy), the kids would have cottoned to this first. But according to legend, older folks discovered this option.

It starts with an order of 2 pumps of blue raspberry syrup into your cup. Then you fill up the cup with Sprite, and you’re off to a great day.

Strawberry Lemonade

The first drink is blue, and now we switch to red. It starts with an order of the strawberry dragonfruit refresher, except that you specify that they replace the green tea component with just water. Put in a pump of liquid sugar and lemon, and it’s done.

It’s not really red, as the mix turns into a festive shade of pink that’s great for muggy afternoons. Don’t let your kids see it, as they’ll want one too.

Cotton Candy Coolatta

It’s just astounding how adults seem to come up with these drinks that would drive kids to want these drinks as well. This drink, somehow, tastes like cotton candy. You just order a vanilla bean Coolatta, and add 2 pumps of blue raspberry syrup.

Strawberry Shortcake Coolatta

This is like the first cousin to the Cotton Candy Coolatta. This also starts with the vanilla bean Coolatta. But this time, add 2 pumps of strawberry Coolatta syrup, and it’s great.

Frozen Nerds

You get the strawberry Coolatta and put in the 2 pumps of blue raspberry syrup along with 2 pumps of strawberry syrup. It’s basically liquid grape Nerds candy.

Chips Ahoy Drink

This is when you feel like getting those Chips Ahoy for breakfast (or for recess, or even lunch). This starts with a regular iced coffee, except that it’s not really all that regular. That’s because you’ll put in:

  • 3 creams
  • 2 sugars
  • 3 pumps of sugar-free vanilla shots
  • 2 pumps of chocolate stout syrup
  • 2 caramels
  • 1 French vanilla

This is basically the iced coffee version of cookie dough.

Samoa Cookie Iced Coffee

Whether or not you agree that the Samoa is the best Girl Scout cookie, we can all agree to try this iced coffee version instead. Again, we start with iced coffee, and then put in the following:

  • 3 creams
  • 3 sugars
  • 1 pump of toasted coconut
  • 1 pump of caramel
  • 1 pump of mocha

Oreo Iced Coffee

We’re not done with the secret cookie versions just yet. If you prefer Oreos, this has your name on it. Start with the (surprise!) iced coffee, and add the following:

  • 3 creams
  • 2 sugars
  • 1 pump of mocha
  • 1 pump of French vanilla
  • 1 pump of vanilla bean

Chocolate-Covered-Raspberry Cold Foam

Let’s get back to something simpler, while still yummy. Get the chocolate stout cold foam, but make it more interesting by adding a raspberry shot.

Orange Creamsicle Coolatta

When you absolutely need a fruity drink for a hot day, this is it. Order the vanilla bean Coolatta, along with an orange juice and an extra cup. You’ll need that extra cup so you can blend the 2 drinks on your own.

Caramel Kettle Corn Iced Coffee

Whoever thought of this was earns points for sheer creativity. You start with the iced coffee again, and this time put in:

  • 3 creams
  • 3 pumps of liquid sugar
  • 3 pumps of sugar-free toasted almond
  • 2 pumps of caramel
  • 1 pump of hazelnut

Final Words

You can just simply invent your own drink, spread it around through social media, and watch other people enjoy what you’ve invented. Somehow, this is better than those silly moves you show on Tik Tok!


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