The wait is over! If you start every morning at one of the many Dunkin’s around New Jersey you’ll be happy to hear Dunkin’s holiday menu is out.

The aroma of holiday blends permeates the air and the holiday-themed cups make your experience all the more festive.

I’m usually pretty boring when it comes to my Dunkin order, but I’m excited to spice it up and give these new drinks a try this holiday season. I know it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but it’s never too early for holiday coffee cheer. After all, some stores in New Jersey are already playing Christmas music.

The new drink this year sounds delicious. Spiced Cookie Coffee, which comes in cold or hot, features oat milk, brown sugar, and vanilla. Dunkin describes it as tasting like oatmeal cookies in a cup.

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If you enjoyed the Cookie Butter Cold Brew last year, you’ll be happy to hear it’s back along with two other drinks. It’s described as a cold brew with brown sugar and buttery cookies, topped with Cookie Butter Cold Foam and cookie butter crumbles. Also, on the menu again, The Peppermint Mocha Signature Latte and Toasted White Chocolate Signature Latte.

Next up is the food! Try the new Loaded Hash Browns and Triple Chocolate Muffin.

You can also enjoy “Free Dunkin Wednesdays,” but you have to be a rewards member to get this deal. It’s a free donut with the purchase of any drink.

So the next time you stop at Dunkin, have fun sampling these new items on the menu!

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