Dunkin’s spring menu has a new caramel chocolate cold brew and carrot cake muffin

Dunkin’ has declared winter is officially over with the launch of its spring menu, which features a new Caramel Chocolate Cold Brew and Carrot Cake Muffin.

Topped with chocolate cold foam and cocoa caramel sprinkles, Dunkin’ says the “ultra-smooth” cold brew has flavor notes of caramel and milk chocolate. The carrot cake muffin is made with shredded carrots and raisins, and is topped with crystalized ginger pieces and a drizzle of cream cheese icing.

Other spring menu items include a chocolate croissant, which has three “batons” of chocolate inside, and an Irish creme-flavored coffee that is exclusively for Dunkin’ Rewards members.

Dunkin’ describes the coffee as having a smooth, velvety flavor with sweet creme and vanilla. While it does not contain any alcohol, Dunkin’ says it has “the flavor of Irish Creme whisky notes.” You can order it iced or frozen through March 21.


Along with the Irish Creme flavored coffee, Dunkin’ Rewards members can also score some deals in March, including a free medium cold brew with any purchase and a free carrot cake muffin with any beverage purchase when you order ahead. You can also get a $2 medium iced coffee featuring Irish creme when you order ahead and a $1 chocolate croissant with any beverage purchase.

If you don’t have a Dunkin’ near you, the brand also just released a new line of canned coffee drinks inspired by bakery items. In grocery stores nationwide, the new Dunkin’ Iced Coffee Bakery Series drinks combine Dunkin’ coffee with the flavors of Brownie Batter Donut, Cake Batter Donut and Coffee Cake Muffin.


Dunkin’ says the Brownie Batter Donut iced coffee features a “rich, chocolatey flavor,” while the Cake Batter Donut coffee tastes like a “delectable vanilla cake” and the Coffee Cake Muffin iced coffee “delivers a sweet, cinnamony taste.”

The drinks are made with Dunkin’s signature iced coffee, real milk and cane sugar. They have 200 calories and 30 grams of sugar per 11-ounce can.