In 2017, Dunkin' Donuts and Coca-Cola worked together to make bottled coffee drinks to compete with Starbucks's ready-to-drink drinks.
That was the first time the coffee-and-doughnuts chain tried to get into the convenience store business.
The two companies' collaboration has progressed to the point that Dunkin' Donuts can now sell ready-to-drink drinks in cans.
Three Dunkin' Donuts-exclusive flavors—Brownie Batter Donut, Cake Batter Donut, and Coffee Cake Muffin—join the lineup of delectable baked good accompaniments.
According to a press release, Dunkin' Donuts' new ready-to-drink iced coffee was "inspired by the famous bakery treats offered at Dunkin'," and
it "blends the best of both worlds," allowing coffee enthusiasts to enjoy their bakery specialties and a sweet delight whenever and wherever they choose.
The new beverages are a pleasant addition to Dunkin's maiden excursion into the realm of ready-to-drink beverages offered in cans.
The company recommends serving all three flavours chilled from the fridge. Each can holds 11 ounces.
Coke's new drinks combine Dunkin' Donuts' famed iced coffee with milk and walking stick sugar.