Dunkin' Donuts wants to be an even bigger part of your morning routine. The bakery chain is adding voice-ordering via Alexa to its futuristic repertoire. Assuming you're a DD Perks Rewards member and have linked the mobile app with Amazon, you can place your order right after your flash briefing each morning and grab it on your commute. It all sounds pretty simple too. Start by saying, "Alexa, order from Dunkin' Donuts" and then pick from your favorite orders stored within the Dunkin' app.
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It might be a sad summer for some Dunkin' Donuts (Nasdaq: DNKN) lovers after the coffee and doughnut chain said goodbye to the Coffee Coolatta, a sweet frozen beverage with a dose of caffeine. The company discontinued the drink in March and is replacing it with the Frozen Dunkin' Coffee, which is essentially a revamped version of the Coffee Coolatta. To get everyone on board, Dunkin' launched a campaign: Free tastes of the Frozen Dunkin' Coffee on Friday from 10-2 p.m. EDT. All customers have to do is enter a DD. READ: Waze Adds Ability To Place Orders At Dunkin' Donuts Before Pickup They added: "Our NEW energizing Frozen Dunkin' Coffee is smooth, creamy and full of real Dunkin' flavor -- making it the perfect way to cool off."
"Espresso is one of the fastest growing coffee categories, particularly among younger consumers, and with our coffee credentials we believe we have a tremendous opportunity to improve our awareness and credibility among espresso drinkers," Dunkin's Chief Marketing Officer Tony Weisman said in a company statement.