DUNKIN’ fans noticed a strange detail about the new collaboration with Ice Spice after taking a closer look at the ingredients list.
The drinkPumpkin Munchkins, the name Dunkin’ uses for its donut hole treats, coffee syrup, liquid cane sugar and cream, topped with a caramel drizzle.
The size of the drink determines how many pumps of each ingredient are in it.
“Where’s the coffee?” an X user asked.
“Who needs that much sugar?” another person asked. “Especially if the drink contains caramel.”
A third person wrote: “How do you fit two to four mixed Munchkins into a cup that’s already completely filled with ice?”
There seemed to be confusion about what Dunkin’ meant by “coffee syrup” and whether or not the drink actually contained coffee.
“Coffee syrup? Not even like a shot of espresso. This drink is literally pure sugar in different outfits and ice cream Jesus Christ,” another person wrote.
A fifth asked: “Is coffee syrup real coffee or does this drink just have no coffee in it?”
“People drink this? Willingly?” another person asked.
Made available on Wednesday, September 13, the drink references rapper Munch’s hit song (Feelin’ U) and is a limited-time latte as part of Dunkin’s fall menu for this year.
The drink will no longer be available after October 31, 2023.
Ice Spice, real name, Write: “America runs on MUNCHKINS.”Gaston advertised the drink on X,
The post included a photo of a Dunkin Munchkin wearing Ice’s signature gold “princess” necklace.
While some were hesitant to buy the drink, others were eager to try it.
“Now that you have a brand deal with them I will be buying Dunkin more often,” one fan wrote.
“I speak for everyone when I say we’re going to chew,” wrote another.
A third wrote: “OH WE’RE ALL GOING TO EAT MUNCHKINS.”
Another replied: “To God.”
The US Sun has reached out to Dunkin’ for comment.