Ice Spice’s recent partnership with Dunkin Donuts has taken the internet by storm — particularly for its interesting ingredients. The coffee chain, for those unfamiliar with this drink, blends some of its pumpkin munchkins with their frozen coffee and then tops it with caramel and whipped cream.
Some on social media have also dissected the drink’s nutritional facts, as it clearly contains a lot of sugar. Users were also horrified by the process of blending, creating and assembling.
Here’s what to know before going to get it.
Dunkin Donuts says that depending on the size of the drink, there are 590 calories in a small cup, 830 calories in a medium cup, and 1080 calories in a large. Each drink is customized to include the right amount of munchkins and ingredients.
While the exact nutrition facts haven’t been updated for the coffee chain in a few months, Popsugar I was able estimate other statistics. According to the publication, a small size contains around 44 grams sugar based on previous information about the amount of syrups and munchkins.
When adjusted for larger sizes, this number would increase.
Continue scrolling to see some of the reactions on the internet. Ice Spice Dunkin Donuts drink.
I am shocked to discover that the Ice Spice x Dunkin Donuts frozen coffee slushie with pumpkin spice is made from sugar, and not dark leafy vegetables, sea kelp powder, reishi, honey, carob or wheat grass. https://t.co/qbpVLUcizO
— badgalmal (@mallyxjean) September 13, 2023
when i pair my ice spice dunkin drink with the renee rapp sweetgreen bowl for lunch tomorrow it’s oveeerrr
— shawty (@HereComesShawty) September 12, 2023
do not get that Ice Spice drink from Dunkin’ donuts are u crazy your stomach is gonna sound like a gamecube falling down a marble staircase
— lea chin-sang BAILEY DAY! (@bigfatmoosepssy) September 12, 2023