Forget the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino, Look at This Potent Electric Blue Drink by Dunkin Donuts
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Forget Starbucks' (SBUX) unicorn frappuccino, take a gander at the new "Dunkin Energy Punch."

This electric blue drink from Dunkin' Brands (DNKN)  , which is starting to take over Instagram just like the unicorn frappe, is fruit punch spiked with one whole can of a Monster Beverage  (MNST) energy drink. Yes, one whole sugary energy drink mixed in with a sugary fruit punch. It's available at select stores in the Northeast and Florida.

Nutrition information for the concoction is not available, but one could venture a few guesses. A large Dunkin' Donuts Fruit Punch Coolatta has an estimated 470 calories and 120 grams of sugar. A 16oz can of Monster has 210 calories and 54 grams of sugar (plus caffeine). Put the two together, and well, one may be feeling quite the sugar rush. 

If you are a doctor, please cover your eyes while scrolling down further. 

 

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Editor's Pick: Originally published May 1.
 
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