Did you know that Dunkin’ offers a variety of crafted espresso options? That’s right, you can enjoy quality, approachable espresso beverages at a great value. When it comes to espresso, our high-quality Arabica beans are dark roasted, then freshly and finely ground. The espresso is then brewed by forcing hot water through the grounds at high pressure, delivering a rich and smooth espresso shot.
Whether you’re an espresso enthusiast or are new to the espresso scene, we know it can be tricky to remember the subtle differences between espresso drinks. That’s why we’ve got your back with insight on the subtle differences between Dunkin’ Lattes, Cappuccinos, Macchiatos and Americanos below.
To create a Hot Latte, the creamiest of our espresso selections, we combine espresso with steamed milk, then top it with a layer of milk foam. For an Iced Latte, we combine espresso with cold milk, then pour it over ice. It’s the perfect balance of creamy and cool.
To make a Hot Cappuccino, a classic espresso drink offering frothy, bold deliciousness, we combine espresso with steamed milk, then top it with a thick layer of milk foam. For a refreshing Iced Cappuccino, we combine espresso with cold milk, then pour it over ice and top it with a thick layer of milk foam.
To create a beautifully layered Iced Macchiato, we pour cold milk over ice, topped with two shots of espresso. For a Hot Macchiato, a rich and bold espresso beverage, we add a layer of steamed milk, topped with two shots of espresso, then finished with milk foam.
To make a Hot Americano, a bold drink with an espresso-forward flavor, we combine two shots of Dunkin’ espresso with hot water. For a refreshing Iced Americano, the espresso is combined with cold water and poured over ice. Espresso tastes about four to six times stronger than regular coffee, so enjoying it with water creates a balanced, full-bodied beverage that will keep you runnin’.
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