Patriots fans, seen here reacting to their team's loss at Super Bowl LII, were dealt another blow by Dunkin' Donuts ahead of the first day of the NFL season.

If it wasn’t bad enough that Anheuser-Busch appeared to be actively rooting against the Patriots at Super Bowl LII, another beloved beverage giant has offended the people of New England, albeit unintentionally.

Earlier this week, Dunkin’ Donuts was forced to apologize to Patriots fans after accidentally sending cups branded with the Philadelphia Eagles logo to stores in New England, NESN reported.

Photos of the cups that subsequently circulated on social media show they were printed with the message, “World Champions: The official coffee of the Philadelphia Eagles.”

Dunkin’ Donuts — which itself is headquartered in Canton, Mass., and located only about 10 miles from where the New England Patriots play their home games at Gillette Stadium — has since issued an apology and promised to replace the cups.

“We appreciate our loyal customers for bringing this to our attention, and we are…