Dunkin' is rolling out three new coffee drinks at select locations.
The chain announced that the Shakerato, cold brew latte and cafe au lait would be available at its 300-plus "next-generation" restaurants across the country beginning Wednesday.
The Shakerato is described as a "bold beverage" with two shots of sweetened espresso, swirled to create a cold foam layer; and the cold brew latte combines Dunkin' Cold Brew with the creaminess of a latte. The cafe au lait combines dark roast coffe with steamed milk for "a rich and creamy coffee beverage."
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Dunkin' first debuted its next-generation store concept in January 2018 in Quincy, where the company was founded in 1950.