Cookie Dough Coffee is now a real thing you can get at Dunkin' Donuts
It took a few months of scheming and experimenting, but we finally have Dunkin' Donuts' answer to the tiramisu latte. It's Cookie Dough Coffee and, just like that fake prince with the flying rug, it's taking dessert java to a whole new world.
Cookie Dough Coffee is the result of a partnership between Dunkin' and its ice cream sister company, Baskin-Robbins. This is the second collab between the two brands, and the goal remains the same: cram Baskin-Robbins ice cream flavors into Dunkin' Donuts coffee. Along with Cookie Dough Coffee, this year's line-up includes Jamoca Almond Fudge Coffee and the returning champ, Butter Pecan Coffee. All three will be available as hot coffees, hot and iced lattes, and frozen Coolattas this Spring and into Summer -- keep an eye out for the Dunkin' Donuts special ice cream truck on tour in select cities and you can sample all three street-side.
Kristin Hunt is a food/drink staff writer for Thrillist. She is really cool with her favorite ice cream flavor, Moose Tracks, staying out of the coffee realm, and asks that you all respect her wishes. Follow her at @kristin_hunt.