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Fancy Donuts from Mister Donut x Pierre Hermé Collab

If you love Hérmes, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton and other luxury brands, you'll be pleased to know that Mister Donut Japan has teamed-up with Pierre Hermé and came-up with six exciting luxury donuts- Pon de Ispahan, Satine Fashion, Carrément Chocolat, and three cruller variants: Mogador, Chloe, and Plénitude.

Pierre Hermé is a Pastry Master Chef and Chocolatier who is voted as one of the World's Most Influential Restaurateurs. He is also known for his out-of-this-world chocolate creations and macaróns. And Michelin Guide refers to him as an Architect of Taste. 


These fancy donuts are a bit expensive than the usual ones at Mister Donut but knowing that The Pierre Hermé is at the helm, you can't go wrong. 


Of course, a luxurious item is never complete without a pretty packaging. The Mister Donut x Pierre Hermé comes in this kawaii-looking box. 


Will update this post after I've tasted these donuts. Fancy! Hahaha- hello sugar rush!!!


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