Dunkin’ Is FINALLY Selling Tumblers—Here’s a Sneak Peek

If you run on Dunkin', head to your nearest store—STAT!

Earlier this year, Dunkin’ rolled out their new menu, complete with a new Dunkfetti doughnut and the return of Stuffed Bagel Minis. Then, they surprised us with a line of wedding merch that has something for every part of your special day, with apparel, accessories and even customizable cups.

Now, the coffee-and-doughnut chain has launched a lineup of colorful cups and tumblers, and we can’t wait to get our hands on them!

It’s Time to Drink up, Dunkin’ Style

Dunkin’ recently teased this launch on Instagram, and from the looks of it they, leaned hard into the brand’s bold fuchsia and orange color palette.

First up, there’s a metal commuter mug with ’70s-style sunset-hued stripes in yellow, orange and pink. There’s also a clear tumbler with a pastel confetti—or should we say Dunkfetti—motif, topped with an orange lid and complete with hot pink reusable straw.

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There’s also a tall metal bottle that’s fuchsia on the bottom and subtly shifts into orange. This one looks perfect for using as a water bottle or as a thermos, either works. The last option is a more traditional clear commuter mug with the word Dunkin’ in orange. The only pop of pink is the apostrophe in the name. Too cute!

Where Can I Get a Dunkin’ Cup?

There’s one catch—the Dunkin’ cups and tumblers aren’t available online yet, but you can get them in stores. The Instagram post indicated that Dunkin’ merch would be available at select stores, but there doesn’t appear to be a list of which stores have been selected. While these exact tumblers and cups are currently scarce, there are adorable older versions for sale on Etsy and eBay.

Don’t forget, if you happen to live in a part of the country that isn’t blessed with Dunkin’, we have a collection of Dunkin’ recipes to get your fix without leaving home!

Krista Garcia
Writer, blogger, content creator. I specialize in food and travel, plus digital commerce and the retail industry. Based in Portland, Oregon after a very long time spent in NYC.