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In Memory of the Discontinued Dunkaccino, a Boozy Homemade Version 

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America woke up to some disheartening news: Dunkin’ has officially taken the beloved Dunkaccino off the menu. Yes, the very drink that Al Pacino rapped about in a fake ad for the 2011 film Jack and Jill is no more.  

The Dunkaccino, which Dunkin’ described as a “unique blend of coffee and hot chocolate flavors,” was added to menus back in 2000. However, locations around the country have been quietly pulling it from their offerings for the last few months. This prompted people on social media to speculate that the coffee chain was preparing to formally end the Dunkaccino drink’s over two-decade run.  

And today, fans of this hot chocolate and coffee concoction had their worst fears confirmed. A Dunkin spokesmen told TODAY.com, “As we focus on innovation and finding new ways to delight guests, we continually evolve our menu in an effort to deliver a fast, frictionless experience. The Dunkaccino is retired for now, but there’s always the chance for its return in the future.” It’s also worth noting that the frozen Dunkaccino, which was added to menus in 2015, has also been discontinued.  

But here at Wine Enthusiast, we weren’t ready to just let the Dunkaccino go into that good night. No.  

Instead, we took a stand and revived it at home—with a boozy twist, of course. Think of it as a java-infused twist on our spiked hot chocolate.

Without any further ado, here’s how to make a deliciously boozy Dunkaccino, which will forever be in our hearts, minds and coffee cups.  

How to Make a Boozy Dunkaccino 

Recipe by Jacy Topps

Ingredients
5 ounces brewed coffee, cooled to room temperature
1 ½ ounces vanilla vodka
½ ounce Irish cream liqueur (preferably Baileys)
½ ounce chocolate syrup
1 ounce whole milk
Whipped cream, for garnish
Small piece of chocolate, for garnish

Boozy Dunkaccino Directions

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, add coffee, vanilla vodka, Irish cream, chocolate syrup and milk.

Shake until well-chilled, about 25 to 30 seconds. Strain drink into a tall cup filled with ice. Garnish with whipped cream. Grate chocolate over whipped cream, and serve.

FAQs 

What Is a Dunkaccino? 

The Dunkaccino was a blend of hot coffee and hot chocolate flavors offered at Dunkin’ Donuts locations.  

What Does a Boozy Dunkaccino Taste Like? 

One word: Delicious.