Dunkin' Is Launching a Line of Spiked Iced Tea & Coffee

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Dunkin' may be your go-to for coffee and sweets, but it may soon become your go-to for boozy drinks.

Vinepair says Dunkin' Spiked is the company's new alcoholic drink brand. The product website says the new drinks would be canned iced coffees 

and teas in eight flavors. The Original coffee is "rich and smooth with classic Dunkin' coffee flavor." "Approachably decadent" Mocha, "creamy, 

If you drink tea, don't worry! Slightly Sweet iced tea has "a bright, citrus finish." Half & Half is "refreshingly sweet and perfectly balanced,

while Strawberry Dragonfruit and Mango Pineapple are "bright and exotic" and "slightly sweet with fresh, tropical fruit flavor."

The drinks will come in 4-pack mixed flavor cans or 12-ounce cans. Original Iced Coffee and Slightly Sweet Iced Tea

will come in 4- and 6-packs. But how much alcohol do these cans hold? Iced coffee contains 6% ABV, whereas tea has 5%.

Vinepair reports that Dunkin' sought for label certification from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) in May.

Dunkin' has experimented with alcohol before, if you're skeptical. Brand fans may recall their earlier collaboration with Harpoon Brewery on their 

spiked iced coffee and tea drinks. The initial partnership produced Maple Crème Blonde Ale, Midnight American Porter, and Blueberry Matcha IPA

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