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Dunkin’s new menu additions are showing matcha love to the trendy tea powder.
In a press release, the quick-service chain announced it is going to start selling matcha topped doughnuts and blueberry matcha lattes nationwide starting on Wednesday, Feb. 24.
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The menu items come a full year after Dunkin’ introduced its standard matcha latte to its loyal customers.
“Expanding our line of specialty drinks with Matcha Lattes last year created a whole new way to stay energized and refreshed at Dunkin’. This year, we’re featuring one of our most popular drink combinations alongside our new Matcha Topped Doughnut to give guests even more options for enjoying this bright and delicious flavor in a uniquely Dunkin’ way,” said the company’s Vice President of Marketing & Culinary Jill Nelson in a statement.
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The blueberry matcha latte will be available as a hot, iced or frozen beverage that can be blended with dairy- or plant-based milk. Its key ingredients are matcha green tea powder and Dunkin’s signature blueberry flavoring.
Meanwhile, the matcha-topped doughnut is a glazed donut that has been sprinkled with matcha powder for an “enticing green tea flavor” that gives a “unique twist.”
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