Dunkin’ Is Now Offering Coconut Milk at Its Stores Across the U.S.

If you're not a fan of almond or oat milk, you might fall in love with the latest plant-based option from Dunkin'.

After closing 800 stores in 2020, Dunkin’ has made a comeback in 2021—and how! From new Girl Scout Cookie iced coffees to an amazing merch drop, our favorite coffee and doughnut shop just keeps getting better.

Dunkin’ also released an amazing summer menu earlier this month full of coconut milk refreshers—and it turns out there was a good reason for that.

Dunkin’ Is Finally Bringing Coconut Milk to the Menu

You read that right—Dunkin’ just introduced coconut milk as an option for its customers!

The latest dairy-free milk will join oat milk, which was introduced last year, and almond milk, which was launched in 2014. As with their oat milk drop, they’re releasing a special Coconutmilk Iced Latte, which the brand describes as, “a delicious blend of roasted espresso notes and subtly sweet, nutty coconut” with “creamy, smooth texture and hints of coconut” which gives you “a fun, tropical twist [with] just the right amount of sweetness.”

And of course, we can’t forget the Coconut Refreshers that were announced earlier this month! The pretty, plant-based pastel drinks include Pink Strawberry (strawberry dragonfruit), Golden Peach (peach passionfruit) and Purple Pomegranate (blueberry pomegranate). Each one has a hefty dose of healthy B vitamins and of course, plenty of creamy coconut milk.

When Will Coconut Milk Be Available?

Dunkin’ will start rolling out coconut milk on April 28. You can order the Coconut Refreshers or use coconut milk to customize any existing beverages. As an added bonus, medium-sized Coconut Refreshers will be available for just $3 until May 25. That’s when this summer menu ends, so grab a drink to beat the heat before then!

And if you’re truly a Dunkin’ fan, don’t forget to grab some of their wedding merch for the most important day of your life.

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Amrita Thakkar
Amrita is an Assistant Digital Editor at Taste of Home. As a writer and amateur photographer, she often ends up applying these skills to her one great love: food. She can usually be found researching global cuisines, at the farmers market, doing yoga, or looking up new places to travel to.