Dlush's significant other menu--the hot and cold coffee and tea beverage side--is pursuing a growing segment of coffee drinkers. The beverages, which change seasonally, ranged this spring from top-selling "The Sassy," a $5 chilled concoction of strawberries, strawberry syrup and vanilla ice cream, to "Raspberry Rip," a blend of apple juice, raspberries and pineapple sherbet, $3.75.
Among the hot beverages, in two size options, are the "Yin Yang," layering white and dark chocolate and steamed milk and marshmallow, and the "Cha Cha Chai," a spiced tea medley with vanilla syrup, steamed milk and a cinnamon stick. The drinks are $3.25, for the "Less" size, and $3.75, for "More." Chilled espresso-based beverages also find their way onto Dlush's list, starting with the "DLush," an iced mix of white chocolate, espresso and vanilla ice cream, $5.