They’re Here: Dunkin’ Spiked Iced Teas Have Dropped in Maine
Not one to be left out of the trend of major brands creating adult beverages, Dunkin' has now come out with Dunkin's spiked beverages, which are starting to become available in Maine.
In mid-August, Dunkin announced that they would be releasing cans of Dunkin' spiked iced teas and iced coffee. They follow in the footsteps of brands like Mtn Dew and Sunny D, which have released their own spiked versions. Yeah, you read that right. Sunny D, formerly Sunny Delight, is the kind of like orange juice breakfast drink that kids drank anytime other than at breakfast. Their spiked version is NOT for kids, nor are the Dunkin' spiked beverages.
Dunkin's spiked lineup includes six flavors:
- Slightly Sweet Iced Tea
- Half & Half Iced Tea
- Strawberry Dragonfruit Iced Tea Refresher
- Mango Pineapple Ice Tea Refresher
- Caramel Ice Coffee
- Mocha Iced Coffee
How much alcohol content are we talking about here in the Dunkin spiked beverages? Well, the iced teas are 5.0% ALC/VOL, while the iced coffees kick up a notch to 6.0% ALC/VOL. That's the same as a beer for the iced teas, and a bit more for the iced coffees.
I already know your next question. Where can I get them? I found 12 packs of Dunkin' spiked ice tea at Patman's Liquor Store in Windham last Saturday.
It's been a few days now for distributors to get them out, but I would check your local liquor store first before looking in the convenience and grocery stores for this. Again, don't go to Dunkin' for their spiked drinks. The only ones they serve there are all alcohol-free.