You Can Now Buy Frosted Caramel Coffee At Chick-Fil-A—But Only For A Limited Time
Yum! We can't wait to try this!
Chick-fil-A has been all over the news lately as it continues to expand its menu. Only a few days ago, the national restaurant chain announced its new macaroni and cheese side dish. Now, Chick-fil-A fans can pick up a new cold and creamy beverage/dessert to go with their sandwich and mac and cheese: the Frosted Caramel Coffee!
The Frosted Caramel Coffee is a “delicious hand-spun treat that combines Chick-fil-A’s custom blend of cold-brewed coffee with vanilla Icedream® dessert and caramel syrup,” according to the official Chick-fil-A website. This terrific trinity of flavors comes together to create a blended treat that has the taste of an incredible caramel coffee drink that can also be enjoyed like a frozen dessert.
You’ll want to hurry to your closest Chick-fil-A restaurant to pick up the Frosted Caramel Coffee for a few reasons. First, because it will satisfy your need for that java jolt while simultaneously satisfying your sweet tooth. But more importantly, the Frosted Caramel Coffee is only available until Nov. 9 or while supplies last, according to Chick-fil-A.
Chick-fil-A recently took the top spot among fast-food chains in a national study. The annual MBLM Brand Intimacy Study, which looks at people’s emotional attachment with brands in the United States, Mexico, and the United Arab Emirates, showed that Chick-fil-A supplanted Starbucks in 2019. Its popularity only continues to grow.
In fact, customers said they’d be willing to pay up to 20% more for Chick-fil-A products than the current listed prices.
“[Chick-fil-A] is aggressively growing, rapidly adding locations, and delivering quality and convenience at reasonable prices,” reads the report overview. “Chick-fil-A grew its domestic systemwide sales by 16.7 percent in its latest fiscal year to reach nearly $10.5 billion, putting it behind only McDonald’s and Starbucks.”
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This story originally appeared on Simplemost.