We use 100 percent Arabica coffee beans and have our own coffee specifications, which the industry recognizes as a superior quality of coffee. According to Dunkin' Quality (DDQ) specifications, coffee is ground and processed specifically for Dunkin'. Based on its quality standards, the company sources its coffee from a variety of countries all year round. Dunkin' Donuts, which has a reputation for producing delicious coffee, is one of the largest coffee retailers in the country and relies on high-quality arabica beans to make its delicious coffee.
Both Dunkin' Donuts and Folgers coffees are made with high-quality beans and have intense, bold flavors. The Rainforest Alliance is one of the organizations that actively works with the chain to ensure that its coffee is sourced ethically. Most people recognize the Dunkin' Donuts coffee chain, which is made from 100% Arabica coffee beans. The beans are then shipped to the United States, where they are roasted at the Dunkin' Donuts roasting plant.
It also seems to me that Dunkin coffee tastes different depending on certain months of the year, maybe it has something to do with where the beans are obtained at different times of the year. The environment of the coffee maker, the donuts and the people will likely combine to make the coffee taste a little better. Brazil, Colombia, Guatemala and Costa Rica are among the countries where McDonald's sells arabica beans. My daughter works for Starbucks, and while I know that they truly have a loyal following, I'll stick with Dunkin.
In addition, the Rainforest Alliance and World Coffee Research work closely with the company to ensure the long-term health of the coffee supply. In a coffee shop, the amount of coffee, donuts, and people who grind around can have an impact on the taste. As part of its quality control process, Dunkin' Donuts has developed its own set of specifications for its coffee, which is recognized by the industry. By the time you get that can of ground coffee home, it's probably a little older and a little more rancid than the coffee used in the store.
Or, the coffee they use in their stores may not be exactly the same as the coffee they sell in their cans.