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J.Co Donuts





We're not really fond of donuts at home but once in a while, we indulge ourselves with these "holey" delights.

J.Co Donuts is the latest craziness when it comes to donuts. I guess its the melt-in-your-mouth goodness that attracts people to be donut-crazy like us (with daughter). Imagine going all the way to Mall of Asia just have our first bite of these donuts and donut panic-buying at Megamall. Crazy, right?

Luckily, these donuts are not that sweet so it's less sinful than Krispy Kreme.

My personal fave --- Alcapone
Hubby's choice --- Choco Caviar
Daughter's pick --- Oreology

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