Dunkin launches new summer drink
Dubai, July 5, 2011
Dunkin’ Donut, one of the world’s largest coffee and baked goods chain, has introduced a new refreshing cold chocolate beverage drink to help 'take the heat out of the summer.'
The new drink topped with Kit Kat chocolate packs all the flavour of its renowned regular hot coffee, but at a chilled temperature that promises to beat the heat.
David Rodgers, Dunkin’ Donut general manager, is convinced that the new drink will prove a hit during the hot summer months, when customers prefer a drink that will cool them down, but still demand the same superior taste from the brand’s signature blend.
The cold chocolate drink is made doubly delicious with the addition of Kit Kat chocolate for the coming hot summer months, Rodgers stated.
“All our coffee comes from selected high grade beans and Dunkin’ Donut has a justifiable reputation for brewing the best coffee,” he remarked.
“The refreshing beverage is ideal for our busy customers needing a quick nourishing drink with the goodness of cold chocolate, this beverage is ideal as a light in between snack at any time of day that would provide quick energy throughout the day, he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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