Hey Madison, you're just a few hours away from getting your Boston Cream donuts, Munchkins, Snacking Bacon, and hot coffee (or, cold brew coffee - it's never too cold to drink cold brew!).

According to a press release from the Skowhegan Regional Chamber of Commerce, the newly renovated Dunkin' location at 164 Main Street in Madison, Maine will re-open tomorrow (November 7th).

The location will officially re-open with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 AM

The press release says, in part:

"The new concept store features a modern atmosphere and new and innovative technologies and design elements, including the first drive-thru exclusively for mobile ordering, fully-integrated digital kiosks, new crew uniforms designed by Life is Good and a tap system serving eight consistently cold beverages such as coffees, iced teas, cold brew coffee and nitro infused cold brew coffee."

The new location will be very similar to the Dunkin location at Mulligan's in Manchester.

And, if you are an "iced coffee" connoisseur who loves regular cold brew coffee, you REALLY need to try the nitro-infused cold brew.  Basically, it is the Guinness Draught of iced coffee.  It is so smooth that you really don't need to add cream or sugar to it.

The first Dunkin (Dunkin' Donuts back then) was opened by Bill Rosenberg in Quincy, Massachusetts in 1950.  Just five short years later, the company began to franchise locations.  Now, if you live on the East Coast, you're never more than a few minutes' drive from a Dunkin location.


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