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Over the pandemic, we’ve seen a surge of donut shops and donut flavors that have come up. From classic ones we’ve all loved to the more adventurous ones that made us all scratch our heads, there’s a flavor of donut for everyone.
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For the brave ones out there, there are unusual donut flavors you can get in the Metro to test your sweet tooth palette. You can start your journey with these unique donut flavors on our list. They may sound strange at first but don’t let that hinder you from trying it out. You’ll never know, it could be the one to change your life – or like just your new favorite donut.
Milk Tea Bobba Donuts – Bobba Donuts MNL
Bobba Donuts MNL has made our milk tea cravings during the pandemic a lot better. This local bakeshop has created a filled with milk tea cream-filled donut and it comes with real tapioca pearls inside. They sell for 180 pesos for a box of 4.
Patis Honey Glazed – Rogue Doughnuts
Rogue Doughnuts offers new interpretations to our all-time favorite deep-fried pastry treat. They take pride in using local and responsibly sourced ingredients and making them in small batches fresh every day. Out of their flavorful donuts, the most intriguing would have to be their Patis Honey Glazed donut, a salty and sweet combo.
Cold Brew Donuts – Baker On East
Baker on East’s Single Origin Cold Brew donut flavor is every caffeine lover’s dream dessert. These cream-filled donuts are pumped with a kick of luscious cold brew filling in every bite. A box of eight of their pre-assorted donuts costs 620 Pesos.
Bicho-Bicho – Panaderya Toyo
Panaderya Toyo’s Bicho-Bicho is a Filipino version of Sourdoughnuts. Some of the flavors you can try out are Quezo de Bola, Santol, and Saba. Though on the more pricey side, you can be assured that every peso is worth every bite. They sell 120 Pesos a piece or 600 Pesos for a box of 6.
White Chocolate Cheetos – Poison Doughnuts
Poison Doughnuts have been serving some really interesting flavors for a while now. From Garam Masala, Hazelnut Blue Cheese, to Mangga’t Suman, you won’t actually run out of unusual flavors to choose from. But if there’s anything you should try out quickly are the chips flavored donuts: Milk Chocolate Doritos, Dark Chocolate Ruffles, and White Chocolate Cheetos.
Yakult and Soju-Infused Donuts – BUNappetite
BUNappetite is a local bakeshop and cafe that offers cream-filled donut sandwiches. Their Yakult and Soju-Infused Donuts are something you should certainly try out while they’re offering it. A dozen of the Yakult donuts are priced at 650 Pesos while a dozen of the Soju Yakult donuts are available for 930 Pesos. To get a bit of both, you can purchase their Mixed Yakult Box of 12 for 800 Pesos.
Mochi Donuts – The Wholesome Table
The Wholesome Table introduced their Mochi Donuts early this year, and these soft and chewy delights have become a crowd favorite almost immediately. If you love mochi then this version of the donut will certainly not disappoint especially with so many flavors to choose from.
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