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FOOD FINDS: Premium Donuts by Dunkin Donuts

It was a nice Monday morning and I was early for my event which was somewhere in the south. Alas, I must've missed the important announcement and ended up farther than where I'm supposed to be. Oh well- haha. Luckily, the day was not really that hot, otherwise, I would've gone home or visited my cousins which happens to live a few minutes away from where I'm supposed to be.


And to sweeten my early morning "lost in the south" episode, I needed some sweets to recharge my batteries.


These lovelies are the Premium Donuts of Dunkin Donuts and cost P35 each. Everything looks temptingly delish.


Here's another up-close look of the Premium Donuts. Bottom left is the Blueberry Cheesecake and bottom right is the Kreme Berry Caramel. Top left is Sansrival while top right is Dark Choco.


Now these are the babies that caught my fancy- Queso Duo and Super Rocky Road. Although I prefer cheeses than chocolates, I have to admit that the Super Rocky Road rocks big time! Its chewy, chocolatey, not-too-sweet, and I love the mallows!!! I can eat a whole box of these. As for the Queso Duo, its sweet and cheese-y salty at the same time. I mean, the flavor is kinda predictable so I opted for the Super Rocky Road. Thumbs up for both though. Can't wait to have a bite again. :)




Dunkin Donuts
Ground Floor, Bldg, B
SM City Bicutan
Bicutan, Paranaque City


Comments

  1. I think the super rocky road is very yummy! I'll try when we get to a DD branch.

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  2. Dunkin Donuts has been around since my childhood days and this brand never cease to amaze me. Now that the premium donuts are available I've been craving for them once in awhile although I haven't tasted the sansrival version yet. Thanks for sharing. -MacySantos

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  3. I tried queso duo it really taste good :-)

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  4. I love how Dunkin Donuts presented their doughnuts, doesn't look like doughnuts at all. Guess that's why they're premium, it veers away from the traditional stuff :) Looks yummy!

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  5. It's good that they have new varieties of donuts but looks like the branch near us has no available new varieties. Will try to visit them from time to time.

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