With a growing number of consumers cutting back on dairy and embracing nut milks, Dunkin has announced the launch of a new Oatmilk Latte.
Set to arrive this spring, Dunkin's new Oatmilk Latte offers a dairy-free alternative to the chain's signature lattes. The new version will be made with the same rich, handcrafted espresso as Dunkin's other lattes, but blended with a creamy dairy-free oatmilk. The new latte will be available in both hot and iced varieties, so fans can enjoy the drink all year long. As for Dunkin's other beverages, fans can opt for oatmilk as a non-dairy option in any of the brand's hot and iced coffee, Cold Brew, and frozen beverages.
For those who can't wait until spring, Dunkin is offering free samples of its Oatmilk Latte every Friday in January from 8 to 10AM at participating locations in California.
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Dunkin is Launching an New Dairy-Free Oatmilk Latte
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