Since J.Co Donuts opened a branch in Araneta Center, Cubao, barely a month ago, the shop is always filled with people! I would see a long queue every time we pass by the area. So I requested my mom to get us a boxful of these donuts to find out why many would go gaga over these sweet creations that originated from Indonesia.
(1st row) Tiramisu, berry spears, alcapone, (2nd row) blueberry more, don mochino and I forgot the name
Sorry J.Co fanatics. I sincerely do not find anything extraordinary with these donuts. They're soft like what a normal donut should taste like and the fuller ones are filled with the same cream inside with a variety of toppings you can choose from. It's not as sweet as the donut we grew up liking (but has come up with newer products that are more expensive and truly delectable).
Would you see me lining up for their baked goodies like most would do? No. But I am interested to try their yogurt and beverages in the future.
Cronuts from Go Nuts Donuts are the two photos above (chocolate with almonds and blueberry). Cronuts is a combination of croissant and donut! I enjoyed eating this delightful pastry that has a bavarian cream filling; a perfect surprise that mixes well with the crispiness and layers of the croissant. Sold at P75.00 each, I would certainly go back to try their other four flavors. And this is best eaten when hot with a cup of my favorite coffee. More so, Go Nuts Donuts is Philippine made. I am proud of this brand!
What food experience did you have over the weekend?