Coolatta

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Strawberry Coolatta

Coolatta is a frozen drink served at Dunkin' Donuts stores since 1997.[1]

Coolattas can be made as a frozen coffee beverage, with coffee and cream, or as a slush, made with fruit juice.[2] The coffee flavors vary by store but can include French Vanilla, Caramel, Mocha, and Hazelnut. Fruit flavors include Strawberry, Tropicana Orange, Grape, Watermelon, Cherry, Raspberry Lime, Lemonade and Blue Raspberry. Vanilla Bean is another flavor and does not fall under either category. Mixtures of different flavors and whipped cream are possible upon request. The dairy product in the Coolatta is usually cream, but can be changed to whole milk or skim milk.

There is now also a new Mountain Dew Coolatta flavor. In July 2012, Dunkin Donuts introduced two new flavors to their coolatta collection - an Oreo flavored vanilla bean and an Oreo flavored coffee coolatta.

In 2013, Raspberry Lime first hit the market.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ken, Hoffman (30 June 2000). "Chill out- and in- with new Coolatta". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 26 October 2011. 
  2. ^ "Drive-through Gourmet. Chocolatey cool antidote for heat.". The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution. "This week I reached out for a 1 pound Chocolate Coolatta, the newest addition to the Coolatta family of iced summer drinks at Dunkin' Donuts. Here's the blueprint: Smithereened ice, milk, sugar, cocoa and other top-secret chocolate flavorings." 

Dunkin' Donuts. Mountain Dew Coolatta. 2011. 21 May 2011. http://www.dunkindonuts.com/content/dunkindonuts/en/menu/coolatta/mountain_dew_coolatta.html

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