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7 Eleven Has Brought Back its Popular Pina Colada Sluprees for Customers Nationwide

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7 Eleven brings back it’s popular Pina Colada Slupree Nationwide.

7-Eleven is all about expanding the limits with its Slurpee flavors. The Piña Colada Slurpee will let you delight in the traditional cocktail without the booze.

The convenience store is always introducing new Slurpee flavors, however this isn’t one of them. The Piña Colada taste has appeared at 7-Eleven previously– however, it’s such a summertime drink that we have to commemorate its return. Plus, possibly you have not tried this one in the past, in which case, what timing!

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Instagram account @junkfoodinthetrunk3 just recently identified the Piña Colada Slurpee back in the shop. With the fun, bright graphics over the dispenser, it’ll be tough to miss. We’re just keep our fingers crossed that it’ll be at locations nationwide, so we can all delight in the pineapple and coconut flavors.

Head over to your local 7-Eleven to try out this tasty treat if you haven’t experience this goodness.

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