Jul 20, 2012
In honor of America’s favorite cookie, one of America’s biggest coffee chains has teamed up with Oreo to celebrate the “cookies and cream” dream combination for the cookie’s 100th birthday. Since its introduction in 1912, Oreo has become the best-selling cookie in the United States.
Dunkin’ Donuts classic Coolatta beverages and delicious donuts get the Oreo treatment this summer with limited-time menu items like Oreo Coolattas and Oreo donuts. The Oreo Coolattas are smooth frozen coffee drinks with Oreo cookie crumbles topped with whipped cream that comes in coffee and vanilla bean flavors. The Oreo Coolatta costs $2.59 for a small, $3.69 for a medium and $4.29 for a large. All prices do not reflect tax.
The Oreo Donut is a yeast donut filled with vanilla buttercream, frosted in white icing and topped with a crunchy Oreo cookie crumble. The other Oreo-inspired donut, called the Oreo Crumble Donut, is a yeast ring donut, frosted in white icing and topped with a crunchy Oreo cookie crumble. Oreo-inspired donuts cost $1.09 each and no tax is included.
Hurry up because, according to a salesperson at the Dunkin’ Donuts in Hewlett, this promotion is only lasting until the end of July. Get your Oreo-inspired Dunkin’ Donuts favorites before they’re gone.
Dunkin’ Donuts has two locations in The Five Towns. One location is at 31 Franklin Avenue #1 in Hewlett, (516) 612-4653, and the other location is at 299 Burnside Avenue in Lawrence, (516) 239-2052. Check out the Oreo-inspired special summer treats at www.dunkindonuts.com.
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