Dunkin' announced a "delightful surprise," listened to "die-hard" customers and brought back a long-time favorite.

Last week, in honor of National Pecan Day, Dunkin' gave customers a "delightful surprise" by announcing the return of Butter Pecan Swirl to Dunkin’ restaurants.

Butter Pecan Swirl Returns To Dunkin' Across New York State

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Dunkin' Butter Pecan flavoring will return to all Dunkin' locations in New York State and across the United States starting on Wednesday, April 26.

"Dunkin’ die-hards spoke, and the company listened – Butter Pecan is returning this month as a permanent addition to the menu. This long-time favorite flavor features notes of butter-roasted pecan and sweet cream," Dunkin' states in a press release.

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