Charli D'Amelio Launches a New Dunkin' Drink Called 'The Charli Cold Foam'

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Charli D'Amelio Dunkin'
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Charli D'Amelio is collaborating with Dunkin' yet again, putting a new twist on her original signature drink, called "The Charli." This time, she's launching "The Charli Cold Foam," which will be available starting on February 24th.

The new beverage is made up of cold brew coffee with three caramel pumps, sweet cold foam, and cinnamon sugar on top. "[It] is a nice change-up to my everyday drink for the days when I'm feeling like I want something different," D'Amelio told People. "The new sweet cold foam is such a smooth addition, and the cinnamon sugar gives it some extra sparkle." 

Charli D'Amelio Dunkin'
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For every "Charli Cold Foam" that's purchased on the Dunkin' app between February 24th through to February 26th, $0.50 will be donated to the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation. Charli's been a Dunkin' fan for years, and frequently shares photos of herself sipping her iced coffee, so this collaboration was the perfect opportunity for the TikTok star. "There's always those few seconds of music before a dance starts, and I'm super awkward sometimes, so I would just take a sip of coffee before I started dancing, and people started to associate me with it," she explained.

She first launched "The Charli" in September of 2020, and evidently, the delicious beverage was quite popular, so it was only a matter of time before she created another. "I never really thought that was going to happen," D'Amelio said back in September. Charli revealed that she and Dixie often get their morning coffee from Dunkin' with their father, Marc, and have made plenty of lasting memories there. "We always used to go on donut dates - my favorite was and still is chocolate frosted with sprinkles," she shared.

Charli D'Amelio Dunkin'
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Charli frequently runs into fans on her daily Dunkin' trips, but she said she's happy to stop and chat with them. "I genuinely love my fans, and I don't mind at all when I meet people when I am out and about," D'Amelio shared. "It's really nice to connect with fans outside of a device, and I think it takes a lot of courage to go up to a stranger and talk to them, so when people do, I think it's really sweet."