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Cello's Donuts & Dips

At last, after a year long wait, I was able to taste (finally!) the yummy donut creations of Cello's. The store is located along Katipunan, fronting ADMU and the other branch is located beside DLSU (I guess you can imagine my frustration because it's really too far from where I lived and I don't want to travel that far just to buy donuts.

And yes, it tastes heavenly! I bought six yummy pieces (coffee, cheese, oreo, m&ms). Well, three cheese donuts though. I'll try the caramel and chocolate and the dips next time.

At least, the yumminess of the donuts compensates for the long trip to Katipunan.

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