Difference Between Dunkin’ Flavor Shots and Flavor Swirls

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Find out the differences between Dunkin’s flavor shots and flavor swirls.

Two Dunkin' drinks.
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Flavor shots and flavor swirls are the two ways to flavor a drink at Dunkin’.

Flavor shots are unsweetened and sugar-free. They’re low in calories, and dairy-free.

Flavor swirls are sweet and creamy. They contain dairy, except for mocha.

Dunkin' flavor swirl and flavor shot chart.
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Classic flavor shots flavors include vanilla, hazelnut, toasted almond, blueberry, raspberry, and coconut.

Classic flavor swirls are caramel, French vanilla, hazelnut, and mocha.

Dunkin' iced coffee.
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Seasonal fall flavors for flavor swirls include pumpkin spice, peanut butter cup, peppermint mocha, and brown sugar cinnamon.

There are no seasonal flavor shots.

Dunkin' pumpkin spice drinks.
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There are no artificial sweeteners and artificial dyes in flavor shots or flavor swirls.

Flavor shots add 5-10 calories to a medium size drink and flavor swirls add 150-160 calories.

Hand holding Dunkin' cup.
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If you’re watching calories, flavor your drink with a flavor shot.

If you like sweet drinks, add flavor swirls.

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