2019-04-12 Dunkin' Rolls Out Peeps Coffee and Doughnuts for Spring

Brand collaborations are everywhere these days, and the latest is Dunkin' x Peeps. Dunkin' is ushering in the spring season with Peeps marshmallow-flavored coffee and Peeps inspired doughnuts. Yes, you are reading that correctly: marshmallow flavored coffee. It's a food science marvel. According to Dunkin', the coffee "brings the delightful creamy taste of classic Peeps marshmallows to our hot and iced coffee drinks." The doughnut features a classic yellow Peeps marshmallow chick perched atop a green, egg-shaped doughnut with colorful sprinkles. Dunkin' and Peeps have various promotions planned to promote the collaboration, just in time for Easter. Get the full story here. 

dunkin peeps coffee and doughnuts for easter 2019


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