For an energetic 2021! Dunkin ‘introduces new’ Extra Charged Coffee ‘with 20% more caffeine – which comes from green tea extract
- The new caffeinated coffee is available starting today
- A normal cup of coffee only contains 12 to 16 mg, and while espresso has more caffeine – around 63 mg. – It has a different taste
- The new coffee gets its extra boost from green tea extract, which retains the coffee taste
- To entice customers to try it out, the brand is offering mid-priced coffee for just $ 2 through Jan. 26.
Dunkin ‘unveiled a new coffee with 20 percent more caffeine to help customers start on the right foot in 2021.
Starting today, Dunkin ‘is selling new supercharged coffee made from green tea extract that gives it that extra caffeine boost.
“Let’s face it, many of our plans and goals for 2020 have been derailed,” the company said in a blog post. “On the way into 2021, we could all use a little more to cope with our tasks.”
Dunkin ‘has unveiled a new coffee with 20% more caffeine called Extra Charged Coffee to help customers start on the right foot in 2021
“If you’re looking for that extra boost to start your morning on the right foot or to keep you going on a busy day, we have the drink for you,” added the chain.
Coffee drinkers sometimes opt for espresso when they want more caffeine, as one ounce of espresso (one shot) contains 63 mg. – while a cup of coffee only contains 12 to 16 mg.
Coffee and espresso are similar but not the same, and swapping changes the taste.
Heidi Curry, Senior Manager for Research and Development at Dunkin, and Janet Rock, Manager for Research and Development, said that Dunkin ‘had worked on the new product to give customers the added caffeine with the traditional coffee flavor.
To encourage customers to try it out, the brand is offering mid-priced coffee for just $ 2 through Jan. 26.
Dunkin ‘has added two more new coffee brews to the menu: Dunkin’ Midnight, the brand’s darkest roast roast ever, and Explorer Batch, a medium-roasted coffee with dark berry notes, rounded off with a smoky finish.
Dunkin ‘has added two more new coffee brews to the menu: Dunkin’ Midnight, the brand’s darkest roast ever, and Explorer Batch, a medium-sized roast coffee with dark berry notes and a smoky finish.
“Since Dunkin opened our doors more than 70 years ago, it has served a great cup of coffee,” said Jill Nelson, vice president of marketing and food for Dunkin, in a press release.
“Now, for the first time in our history, we’re offering the boldest and most diverse range of blends and customization options to usher in a new era of coffee at Dunkin.”
“From the darkest roast in our portfolio to the most caffeinated hot and frozen coffees, we’re more than ever committed to keeping Americans going on Dunkin ‘in 2021.”