7-Eleven Debuts First Flavored Cold Brew Creations

New lineup, also available at Speedway and Stripes convenience stores, includes hot and iced lattes, cappuccino and iced teas
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Photograph courtesy of 7-Eleven

7-Eleven Inc. has revealed its latest coffee lineup. “OG To Go” coffee includes the convenience-store chain’s first flavored cold brews, new hot and iced lattes and iced teas.

7-Eleven began selling coffee by the cup in 1964, making it the firstthe originalconvenience-store brand to offer on-the-go coffee, the company says on its website.

The new lineup includes:

  • Cold Brew Lattes: The lineup includes Mocha Cold Brew Latte, French Vanilla Cold Brew Latte and the Caramel Cream Cold Brew Latte topped with a hint of sea salt. All are made from 100% Arabica cold brew extract, real cold brew, whole milk and real cane sugar,
  • Salted Caramel Latte: This sweet and savory offering features buttery caramel, a hint of sea salt and creamy milk. Salted Caramel Latte is available in select locations in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
  • Pecan Pie Latte: A nutty twist on comfort with buttery pecan, Pecan Pie Latte is available in select locations in Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, New Jersey, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.
  • Macadamia Nut Latte: Available for a limited time, Macadamia Nut Latte blends macadamia flavor with creamy espresso. It is available in select locations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, new Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming.
  • Sweet Treat Cappuccino: Sweet Treat Cappuccino offers salted caramel toffee flavoring.
  • 7-Select Bottled Iced Teas: The new 7-Select bottled iced teas flavors include Sweet Iced Tea, Raspberry Hibiscus and Lemon Elderberry.

“With our newest cold brew flavor innovation, we’re giving coffee lovers a deliciously innovative range of options to elevate their morning ritual or midday pick-me-up,” said Dennis Phelps, senior vice president of merchandising. “At 7-Eleven, we are constantly exploring new ways to delight our customers and enhance their beverage experience,” he said.

The retailer also has introduced a new Chocolate Peanut Butter BIG cookie, made with a chocolate cookie batter, mini peanut butter M&M’s and peanut butter chips.

An assortment of beverages and treats is also available for delivery on 7NOW Delivery across most of the company’s retail footprint, it said.

7-Eleven recently introduced its first new menu items of 2024, as well as limited-time-only (LTO) seasonal items. The new items range from breakfast burritos to own-label bottled juices. All products are available at the convenience-store retailers 7-Eleven, Speedway and Stripes stores nationwide.

The company also recently appointed two new foodservice executives: William Armstrong as its new senior vice president of restaurant operations and Raymond Yantosh as its new director of fresh food.

  • 7-Eleven is No. 1 on CSP’s 2023 Top 202 ranking of U.S. convenience-store chains by store count.

Irving, Texas-based 7-Eleven Inc. operates, franchises or licenses more than 13,000 convenience stores in the United States and Canada. In addition to 7-Eleven c-stores, the company operates and franchises Speedway and Stripes c-stores and the Laredo Taco Company and Raise the Roost Chicken and Biscuits brands.

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