NEWS: Krispy Kreme Brews New Coffee, Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts Pretend To Shake In Their Boots

Written by | September 1, 2011

Topics: Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme

Although I love caffeine, I’m not a coffee person because coffee farts turn me off to the stuff. But if you enjoy a freshly brewed cup of java and you happen to find yourself at a Krispy Kreme (and you’re too lazy to drive to the nearest Starbucks), they’re offering a brand new coffee lineup. Krispy Kreme’s new Signature Coffee comes in three varieties:

Krispy Kreme Signature House Blend – a blend of South and Central American coffee

Krispy Kreme Signature Dark Roast – a blend of African, Indonesian, and Central American coffee beans

Krispy Kreme Signature House Decaf – a Central and South American decaffeinated blend

All three varieties are made using 100% Arabica beans. A cup of Krispy Kreme’s new coffee retails for $1.72 for a small, $1.93 for a medium, and $2.04 for a large.

Source: Nation’s Restaurant News






2 Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. Bexhill says:

    Wait, there are still Krispy Kreme stores?

  2. Mike N. says:

    How much for a venti?

    But seriously, those prices seem pretty high — higher than my local Panera, which serves up a pretty good brew, and bear claws to boot.



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