The new line of Dunkin’ Spiked Drinks is out and available. So it’s time to match each one up with its appropriate North Shore town.
If you missed the news, Dunkin’ recently announced a new line of spiked iced coffees and spiked ice teas. This an idea that’s been a long time coming and that fans of the Dunkin’ brand have been clamoring for. After all, just last year Dunkin’ teamed up with Harpoon Brewery in Boston for their Box O’ Beer. It was just the latest iteration of a collaboration that’s been going on for about five years.
And now we have Dunkin’ Spiked Iced Coffees and Iced Teas. There are four flavors of spiked iced coffee and four flavors of spiked iced tea. Bot the spiked iced coffees and spiked iced teas are available in a mixed 12-pack, single-flavor six-packs, or in individual cans. You can get everything else you need to know about the new products here. But what I want to know is this: who’s drinkin’ what?
Matching Dunkin’ Spiked Drinks to North Shore Towns
I’m a North Shore Kid. I grew up in Greenwood, which is in Wakefield. And I can hear some Cape Ann elitist right now, chirping in that thick-ass North Shore accent: “Wakefield is fake North Shore, kehd.” Oh yeah? Then why the hell does @squareonemallgoth, the king of North Shore memes on IG, constantly bust on Wakefield? Answer me that, tough guy!
Actually, don’t. This isn’t a debate. This is about one thing we natives can agree on: North Shore peeps love their Dunkin’. So let’s have a little fun and postulate on which denizens of which North Shore towns are the best personality matches for the new Dunkin’ spiked bevvies. And please, it’s just a silly little bit. So don’t take it personally. Looking in your general direction, Lynnfield.