IRVING, Texas—7-Eleven is launching its seasonal beverage line, including coffee drinks and fruit-flavored Slurpee drinks, for a limited time only at participating 7‑Eleven, Speedway and Stripes stores, according to a news release.
7‑Eleven’s new Salted Caramel Coffee features a hint of saltiness mixed with caramel flavor, and customers can pair it with new lavender syrup. 7-Eleven is offering the Lavender Honeybee Buzz for $1, and customers can pick any size of their favorite iced coffee, add two pumps of lavender syrup and one pump of honey-flavored syrup and top with their favorite dairy or non-dairy creamer.
7‑Eleven has introduced three new Slurpee flavors this spring. Brisk Blood Orange is a combination of Brisk Iced Tea and blood orange. Vitaminwater XXX is an acai-blueberry-pomegranate Slurpee flavor and includes vitamins B3, B6 and B12. Mango Lemonade blends mango flavor and tart lemonade.
“7‑Eleven customers are all about trying new things and our all-new seasonal beverage lineup is a fun way of giving them the variety they’re looking for,” said Jacob Barnes, 7‑Eleven proprietary beverages senior product director. “From fruity $1 small Slurpee drinks to fresh coffee with a great taste and value, 7‑Eleven, Speedway and Stripes customers have one tasty spring ahead of them. We’re thrilled to continue to serve as our customers’ go-to beverage destination.”
Customers can get their hands on a small Slurpee drink for just $1. And, for a limited time only through 7Rewards, members can enjoy two small Slurpee drinks during the weekend for the price of one with a buy one, get one deal.
Customers can also order a Slurpee drink or coffee straight to their home via 7NOW delivery. For a limited time, first-time users of the 7NOW delivery app receive $10 off their first three orders.
7‑Eleven Inc., Speedway and Stripes, along with participating independent franchise owners and operators, are hosting a national hiring event on tomorrow across more than 13,000 stores in the U.S. The convenience retailers are collectively hiring 60,000 employees.