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Free Iced Coffees at All Dunkin' Donuts Today

The first thing most of us do when we wake in the morning is seek out the nearest cup of coffee -- don't judge if that doesn't sound like you.

Sure, it's an addiction (which we realize is a problem), but the routine and the sweet taste of the caffeinated-beverage is just too damned good.

Although an excuse is never needed to indulge in a morning -- or all-day -- brew, the lack of a price tag makes it that much more enjoyable.

Today, Wednesday, March 19 Dunkin' Donuts is offering free iced coffees.

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Just before the official start of spring, participating Dunkin' Donuts locations are hosting a "Free Iced Coffee Day" -- we're not sure if it's a nice gesture or a consolation for the impending heat.

South Florida-area stores are handing out 16-ounce cups of Dunkin' Donuts' freshly brewed iced coffee, available in original blend and a new dark roast.

If straight-up coffee isn't your thing, eight flavors are offered as additions: French vanilla, hazelnut, toasted almond, blueberry, coconut, cinnamon, caramel, and raspberry.

For those of you who can't dampen the need for caffeine until next week, the chain is serving a number of St. Patrick's Day specials for all of March.

The monthly menu includes St. Patrick's-themed options like Irish Crème and Mocha Irish Crème Coffees and Lattes, Lucky Mint Coolatta®, Mint Hot Chocolate, and two new donuts: Mint OREO® and Mint OREO® Creme.

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