New Springtime Coffee Flavors Abound

7-Eleven introduces a whole new lineup and Pilot and Wawa reveal LTOs.

March 20, 2024

7-Eleven has launched a new lineup of coffee creations, offering customers “new innovative flavors.” The lineup includes the retailer’s first-ever flavored cold brews, as well as hot and iced lattes with flavors of pecan and macadamia nuts.

"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, merchandising. "At 7-Eleven, we are constantly exploring new ways to delight our customers and enhance their beverage experience."

The new flavors are available at select 7-Eleven, Speedway and Stripes stores.

  • Cold brew lattes: The retailer introduced a variety of cold brew lattes, including a mocha cold brew latte, French vanilla cold brew latte and caramel cream cold brew. All three lattes are made from 100% Arabica cold brew extract, real cold brew, whole milk and real cane sugar.
  • Salted caramel latte: 7-Eleven stated that this latte is “the perfect mix of sweet and savory” with buttery caramel, a hint of sea salt and milk.
  • Pecan pie latte: The company said that this latte is “a nutty twist on comfort with buttery pecan goodness.”
  • Macadamia nut latte: This limited-time drink is described as a blend of “rich macadamia flavor with creamy espresso.”
  • Sweet treat cappuccino: According to 7-Eleven, this is a rich, salted caramel toffee drink for customers to enjoy.
  • 7-Select bottled iced teas: In addition to the new coffee lineup, the retailer introduced bottled iced teas in the flavors sweet iced tea, raspberry hibiscus and lemon elderberry.

Pilot Flying J is also celebrating springtime with new limited-time coffee flavors for customers. According to the company’s website, the retailer has introduced a new salted caramel hot coffee and new toffee cold brew, describing them as “delicious hot and iced options to get you through any kind of weather that spring brings.”

Wawa has brought back its blueberry cobbler coffee for its springtime lineup, according to a recent Facebook post.

Elsewhere, lavender is trending, with Starbucks and Caribou Coffee embracing the flavor.