Del’s Lemonade Introduces Apple Cider Flavor for Fall

Del’s Lemonade, the beloved frozen lemonade brand in Rhode Island, has recently launched a new flavor just in time for fall. While pumpkin spice has dominated the seasonal flavor scene, Del’s has decided to break from the norm and introduce apple cider as their signature flavor for the season. This move has garnered positive reactions on social media, with many expressing excitement and curiosity about the new flavor.

According to Del’s Facebook page, the apple cider flavor boasts delicate undertones of honeycrisp apple. While the specific locations offering this flavor have not been disclosed, fans of Del’s Lemonade can anticipate a delightful twist to their favorite frozen treat at select locations.

This launch comes as Del’s Lemonade continues to celebrate its 75th anniversary. As part of the festivities, the company has been offering mini drinks for just 75 cents on Mondays, allowing customers to enjoy their signature lemonade at an unbeatable price. This promotion will run until September 25.

For those wanting to incorporate Del’s into more aspects of their lives, the brand has also introduced an online merchandise store. Customers can now purchase Del’s-themed shirts, keychains, mugs, and even body lotion, allowing them to display their love for the iconic Rhode Island brand.

Furthermore, Del’s Lemonade will be featured at the Rhode Island Building in the upcoming Eastern States Exposition, also known as The Big E, in West Springfield. Rhode Islanders attending the event will have the opportunity to indulge in Del’s Lemonade, along with other local favorites. Exhibitors in the Rhode Island Building also include 13 Stars Hot Sauce, Blount’s Clam Shack, Lady Ann Candies’ Candyland Market, and more.

As Del’s Lemonade continues to innovate and captivate the taste buds of its loyal fanbase, the introduction of the apple cider flavor for fall only adds to the brand’s rich history and commitment to providing refreshing and unique experiences.

– Del’s Lemonade Facebook page
– Eastern States Exposition website