Dunkin' Donuts' New Fruit Punch Has One Energy Boosting Secret Ingredient

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With Starbucks’ Pink Drink and Unicorn Frappuccino causing a stir among foodies all over Instagram, Dunkin’ Donuts has a new drink that is giving life to what the quintessential summer drink means.

Packing a punch for the season ahead, Dunkin’ Donuts’ latest drink is a bright blue, almost teal concoction that some could call “Mermaid Water,” but really it’s just their new Dunkin’ Energy Punch.

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If drinking the juice of a mythical creature is boring you, Dunkin’s latest drink will grab your attention as it features a bright Blue Raspberry Strawberry Coolatta flavoring mixed with a whole can of Monster — yes, as in the energy drink. And it’s the entire 16-ounce can, so flex that bicep emoji when you post up images on social media.

According to a press release from the company, the whole thing is served over ice, rather than blended like a typical Coolatta. And you can bet it will give you enough energy to avoid that mid-day slump.

Though it’s only available in select cities, particularly the New England area, Miami and West Palm Beach, the drink is already racking up posts on Instagram and beloved by many.


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Tania Hussain |

Tania Hussain is a native of Toronto and a Hoosier at heart, studying journalism at Ball State University in Indiana. She has a mad love for fine cheese, film, music, and meeting people upon her many travels. When Tania’s not writing at Womanista, she can be found going for long nature runs, rooting for the Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Cardinals, photographing sights and food, or writing for her online magazine, The Hudsucker. She is also a member of the Indy-based, Society of Professional Journalists—one of the oldest organizations in the U.S. that promotes and represents journalists.