Monday is National Coffee Day, and Dunkin’ Donuts customers in the metropolitan New York area will get a free gift for the special occasion.
People will be able to receive a free, medium hot Dark Roast coffee; no purchase is necessary. This includes Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants in Morris county, according to a news release. The promotion is limited to one free coffee per guest.
The offer coincides with the national launch of Dunkin’ Donuts new Dark Roast blend, which is available in both hot and iced varieties. It is also available for sale for brewing at home in both packaged coffee and in K-Cup packs for use with Keurig Brewing systems, according to the release.
“Our Rainforest Alliance Certified Dark Roast Coffee represents an extraordinary innovation for our brand, a unique blend that offers coffee lovers a bold flavor with a smooth finish without bitterness or a burnt taste, which sets it apart from typical darker roast coffees,” said John Costello, Dunkin’ Donuts brands’ president, global marketing and innovation. “As the nation’s coffee leader, this is a big step in reinforcing our coffee leadership and our commitment to offering our on-the-go guests unique coffee choices and varieties. We look forward to celebrating National Coffee Day with our fans by serving our new Dark Roast Coffee for free, giving everyone the chance to experience dark roast done right.”
In addition to the National Coffee Day offer, guests can enjoy a medium hot Dark Roast coffee for $0.99 through October 26.
The Rainforest Alliance Certified seal indicates that the coffee is made with at least 30 percent of coffee beans sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms. The Rainforest Alliance is an international nonprofit organization that works to conserve biodiversity and ensure sustainable livelihoods, according to the release.