These iced drinks will be available in three flavors — mocha, caramel, and vanilla — just like the chain’s in-store coffees. They will be available in grocery, convenience, and mass-merchant stores across the country.
Mark LaBrecque, vice president of marketing at Krispy Kreme, explained in a statement that the iced coffees were developed and distributed through a partnership with International Marketing Systems LTD. “These iced coffees quickly developed a following and we’re happy to be able to meet the increasing demand through our partnerships with nationwide retailers,” LaBrecque said.
Currently, Krispy Kreme has K-cups, Danishes, and a variety of doughnuts available in grocery stores.
There is no word yet on the fat or sugar content in these coffees, but they are manufactured by a doughnut company, after all. But to set a benchmark, a 12-ounce iced vanilla latte with two-percent milk contains 200 calories, 2.5 grams of saturated fat, and 36 grams of sugar.