Move over, Starbucks and Dunkin'. Major fast-food chains better known for slinging burgers and fries are getting in on the iced coffee game, and the results are surprisingly good.
Chick-fil-A isn't messing around when it comes to iced coffees. Clocking in at just under $3 for a small, the chicken chain's iced blend is ultra creamy with a smooth aftertaste and packs a hint of nuttiness
Wendy's is a good option for those who are just starting to dip their toes into iced coffees. (Not literally, of course.) Its cold brew is steeped for 12 hours, but you can expect a blend that's not overpowering coffee-wise
McDonald's McCafé line is heavily advertised and widely available, so it's a solid option if you're craving a caffeine hit. It's highly customizable and the chain stocks sugar-free syrup
Taco Bell serves iced coffee and it's a somewhat polarizing option. As is typical in the iced coffee fast-food scene, some people hate it and others love it.
Some aficionados have dubbed Sonic a winner of the fast-food iced coffee race. Sonic's Arabica coffee beans are supplied by Green Mountain, and while it's not a specialty roaster