Dunkin’ to Release Spiked Versions of Its Iced Beverages

Maybe the company should change its name to Drunken. (Image: Dunkin')

Maybe the company should change its name to Drunken’.

Donut and coffee mogul Dunkin’ has announced that it will be rolling out “hard” renditions of its popular iced coffees and iced teas beginning in September.

The coffee, which comes in four flavors — original, caramel, mocha and vanilla — will contain 6% alcohol by volume.

The tea will also be available in four flavors — slightly sweet (a mixture of black tea and lemon), half and half (equal parts black tea and lemonade), strawberry-dragon fruit, and mango-pineapple. The beverages will contain 5% alcohol by volume.

The new releases fittingly will be sold in packs, the way canned beer is sold. A variety pack, consisting of a dozen 12-ounce cans, will include assortments of the four flavors.