People Are Shook by What’s in This Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee

People Are Shook by What’s in This Dunkin’ Donuts Iced Coffee

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A video detailing the sugar and calorific content of a Dunkin’ Donuts drink is blowing up online. Food vlogger Bobby Parrish, a.k.a. @flavcity, recently shared a short clip to TikTok in which he broke down exactly what goes into the popular chain’s Pumpkin Swirl Frozen Coffee—and a lot of viewers seem pretty shocked.

“Who the fuck thought it was a good idea to put this on the menu?” Parrish begins, before launching into a description of the beverage’s ingredients.

“This drink has 185 grams of sugar in here,” he says, explaining that this is the equivalent of 46 teaspoons of sugar. Or, for additional context, that’s the same amount of sugar as you would find in 14 of the store’s glazed donuts.

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Parrish goes on to say that there is no actual pumpkin in the drunk, just a whole lot of artificial flavoring, all of which comes to a total of 930 calories. Not ideal, he goes on, given the prevalence of diabetes and pre-diabetic conditions in the United States. “If America runs in this, we’re fucked,” he adds.

The video has since been widely shared on Twitter.

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this is most Dunkin and Starbucks drinks outside of the regular coffees. sugar insane. especially in a large. and some people get them DAILY 😭 https://t.co/oCsYM6smoa

— LINDSEY 👩🏿‍💻 🕯 | Startup Doll (@LindseyCreated) September 13, 2023

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so glad people are finally realizing that America is trying to kill us. there is ABSOLUTELY NO reason for this other than to cause health problems and line big pharma’s pockets, it’s literally unnatural and dangerous for a human to consume this much sugar in one sitting!!! https://t.co/uCkgkdWmkJ

— 🎀 dove! 🎀 (@lovedoveclarke) September 13, 2023

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dunkin donuts created that drink in a lab to figure out the easiest way to assassinate someone

— this barbie is not j*ss (@itsnotjess123) September 15, 2023

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However, some responses have made light of the video. “This made me realize donuts are so healthy,” reads one of the top comments on the original TikTok, while another jokes: “Girl math means if I don’t drink this I can eat 14 donuts.”

Others pointed out that most fast food chains aren’t exactly known for offering nutritionally balanced products to their customers.

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ion get the outrage over that dunkin’ drink like is it insanely unhealthy yes but what else is new ppl don’t get them sugary lattes thinkin they’re good for you 💀

— bigby 🫧 (@hesbianbigby) September 15, 2023

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“Dunkin’ donuts drinks have too many calories” ok stop. You are fundamentally missing the point of going to Dunkin’ Donuts

— bibo (@biboofficial) September 15, 2023

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Philip Ellis is News Editor at Men’s Health, covering fitness, pop culture, sex and relationships, and LGBTQ+ issues. His work has appeared in GQ, Teen Vogue, Man Repeller and MTV, and he is the author of Love & Other Scams.

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