Earlier this year, Dunkin’ teamed up with the Girl Scouts and its cookie program for one-of-a-kind beverages. A trio of special-edition coffees inspired by the organization's famous cookies became available following National Girl Scout Cookie Weekend in February.
Now, two of those coffee flavors – Thin Mints and Coconut Caramel – will return to the menu, along with a brand new Trefoils shortbread flavor. The new Trefoils shortbread coffee brings the sweet and buttery flavor of the traditional shortbread cookie to Dunkin’ coffee.
All three flavors will be available by the end of December through the beginning of spring 2019 at participating Dunkin’ locations, and they come in the full lineup of hot and iced coffees, espresso beverages, frozen coffee, and frozen chocolate.
“There are few brands that fit better together than Dunkin’ and Girl Scouts of the USA. From great flavor combinations to shared values, such as positivity, innovation, and entrepreneurial spirit – it’s a perfect pairing,” says Patty Healy, Dunkin’s Senior Director of Integrated Marketing. “The return of these beloved flavors to our lineup of coffees will help our brand and our guests kick off the New Year with a smile in honor of the start of Girl Scout Cookie season.”
Dunkin’ franchisees at select locations across the country will once again welcome troops to sell Girl Scout Cookies in-store on weekends in February. This year, Dunkin’ gave more than 12,000 cookie entrepreneurs the opportunity to build business and leadership skills.
“We are thankful to Dunkin’ for opening their doors to Girl Scout Cookie entrepreneurs around the United States for a second year,” says Barry Horowitz, GSUSA Chief Revenue Officer. “Girl Scouts become entrepreneurs as they sell delicious cookies, while also powering amazing experiences for themselves and their troops with their earnings. Hosting cookie booths increases the opportunities for girls to build their cookie businesses and become the leaders of today and the future.”