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Do you prefer coffee at Dunkin’ Donuts or Starbucks?

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You’re either a Dunkin’ fan or a Starbucks fan. Is there an in-between? And, okay, yes, we know some of you couldn’t care less. Some of you don’t even drink coffee! But if you do, and if you travel often where both places are abundant, you most likely have a favorite.

Do you prefer your coffee from Dunkin’ or Starbucks? What’s your drink of choice? After you vote in the poll, please leave a comment and tell us your coffee order. We’re curious!

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Lindalee
1 month ago

I don’t really like getting coffee “out”! When I do it is Andy’s Kitchen in Corpus Christi, Texas (just ask anybody – we ALL know where Andy’s is)! I actually prefer my own coffee, made in my own coffee pot!

Eric
1 month ago

Peet’s Coffee is my favorite. By far the best corporate coffee.
Second choice, good and widely available on the road is Starbucks.

Last edited 1 month ago by Eric
Robert Champlin
1 month ago

I prefer our own home-brewed Folger’s Classic Roast.

Diane M
1 month ago

I’ve never bought anything from either one. I don’t drink coffee and I live 45 miles away from either store.
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Tom H.
1 month ago

If I had to pick one it would be Dunkin. But I prefer local coffee shops over chains.

Roy Davis
1 month ago

I have never cared for Starbucks coffee. I call it “burnt” coffee. I actually enjoy McDonald’s coffee over either Starbucks or Dunkin. Ironically, I like Seattle’s best more than Starbucks even though they’re a subsidiary of Starbucks.

Steve Trimble
1 month ago

Would never go in that over priced business

Gary
1 month ago

Dunkin over Starbucks every time. McDonald’s over both of them.

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Julianne G. Crane(@julianne)
1 month ago

I’ve been a Starbuck’s fan since living in Seattle back in the ’80s. And because I’ve traveled solo back and forth across the country many times, I can almost always find a comfortable Starbucks anywhere I visit. It is a familiar taste in a familiar place.

John Koenig
1 month ago

Starbucks offers a good, full bodied cup~a~joe BUT, in my opinion, is far too expensive. My favorite coffee is a fresh pot at 7~Eleven (I’ll even brew a fresh pot myself if possible). Places like Circle~K, many truck stops etc offer good coffee when freshly brewed in a clean pot (many stores fail to wash pots / carafes between fills which often is the cause for coffee that tastes “burned”). Dunkin Donuts coffee I can take or leave.

JAMES
1 month ago

Why pay those high prices for a cup of coffee when I can brew my own.

Rich
1 month ago

35-year career in public safety radio comms and not one cup of coffee or one cigarette. i don’t drink alcohol either. i was asked to make a pot of coffee for a meeting one day. having never done that i wasn’t sure how much coffee to use (this was well before pre-measured packs) but…how hard could this possibly be. so, there were eight at the meeting and i reasoned one scoop of coffee per person. right? lol. i was never asked to make the coffee again.

Tim
1 month ago

Anything BUT Starbucks!!!

Diane Mc
1 month ago
Reply to  Tim

👆

Rosalie Magistro
1 month ago
Reply to  Tim

I agree 💯

Ray
1 month ago

For my taste Starbucks Coffee is bitter. We used Dunkin’ decaf occasionally, but generally do not purchase coffee at coffee kiosks or shops. I can’t justify the cost of a cup of specialty coffees.

Ramon Milam
1 month ago

Since Starbucks made the corporate decision not to allow weapons on their property I made the personal decision not to buy their high priced products. I like the private owned shops that are happy to see you.

Michael Galvin
1 month ago
Reply to  Ramon Milam

No weapons is a good idea except for a well-regulated militia.

Rosalie Magistro
1 month ago
Reply to  Ramon Milam

They also don’t like LEO’S.. 😡

Larry
1 month ago

I do not stop at any coffee shop.we have a
Keurig coffee maker home and in the rv. I can make the best coffee mocha, don’t need there expensive drinks.

Jeff Craig
1 month ago

Lots of great, small local coffee stands, but if I’m in the airport or at a stadium, either one will work.

Gordon Herrmann
1 month ago

Home brew or Tim Hortons.

Deborah Mason
1 month ago

You didn’t allow for never having been to one of them … I’ve never been to a Dunkin Donuts, so I can’t compare. That’s rural life for you (and most Starbucks visits were inside the grocery store).

Dan A
1 month ago

Local coffee shops. If they’re a chain, just a small one. Even better is when they bake their own doughnuts and coffee cakes.

Michael Galvin
1 month ago
Reply to  Dan A

Right; and a better value than Starbucks.

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