Dunkin’ launches bottled iced coffee in Girl Scout cookie-inspired flavors

The ready-to-drink, bottled iced coffee comes in three flavors: Thin Mints, Coconut Caramel and S’mores.

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Thin Mints, Coconut Caramel and S’mores flavors of ready-to-drink bottled iced coffee are now available from Dunkin’.

Thin Mints, Coconut Caramel and S’mores flavors of ready-to-drink bottled iced coffee are now available from Dunkin’ and other national retailers.

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If you’re a fan of Girl Scout Cookies and Dunkin’, this one’s for you.

Dunkin’ and the Coca-Cola Company have partnered for the launch of ready-to-drink, bottled iced coffee available in three classic Girl Scout Cookie-inspired flavors: Thin Mints, Coconut Caramel and S’mores.

Available now at retailers in 13.7-ounce bottles, the Thin Mintsflavor boasts a combination of rich chocolate and mint; the Coconut Caramel features toasted coconut and creamy caramel flavors; the S’mores flavor “combines notes of graham cracker, chocolate and marshmallow.”

“We’re excited to join forces with Dunkin’,” saidBarry Horowitz, chief revenue officer, GSUSA. “Girl Scout Cookies are the vehicle for girls to learn important entrepreneurship and leadership skills that set them up for success in life, and our licensed products help carry that message across the country.”

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Girl Scouts have pivoted to “virtual cookie booths” and direct-to-consumer shipping for sales efforts. To purchase Girl Scout Cookies, visit www.girlscoutcookies.org.

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