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Mister Donut becomes Master Donut with new doughnuts no one has ever seen before

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By Oona McGee, SoraNews24

Mister Donut, or “Misdo” as it’s colloquially known, has long been Japan’s favorite doughnut chain, but now it’s upping its game with a “Master Donut” moniker, for a series of “new doughnuts no one has ever seen before.”

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The first collection to be released under this name is the Fromage Do, which features a new creamy cheese doughnut dough, carefully developed to create a deliciously moist interior and crunchy exterior, and there are four to choose from.

▼ First up is the Fromage do Original (231 yen )

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This doughnut has a simplicity that allows you to fully enjoy the deliciousness of the new style, and it’s finished with a sweet and glossy apricot napage (a transparent jelly-like glaze applied to the surface of sweets).

▼ Next up is the Fromage do Double Cream (264 yen)

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With a cream topping that contains three types of cheese — cream, mascarpone, and Gouda — this is a moreish doughnut that showcases the deliciousness of sweet cheese.

▼ The Fromage do Blueberry (264 yen)

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Fruit is a perfect partner for cheese, and this doughnut celebrates the sweet and tart pairing with a whipped cheese and blueberry sauce topping.

▼ Finally, we have the Fromage do Tiramisu (275 yen)

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The famous traditional Italian dessert packs a punch in doughnut form, with an espresso filling, whipped cheese topping and cocoa dusting.

While each doughnut can be ordered separately, those wanting a taste of them all can opt for the Fromage do New Texture Experience Set, priced at 1,014 yen. This takeout-only set packs all four doughnuts into a specially marked box featuring the new Master Donut branding.

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The new range will be in stores for a limited time while stocks last.

Source, images: PR Times

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© SoraNews24

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See, a donut that looks good is often one that tastes good. (Sometime an ugly ol' donut tastes good, too, though.) These. These I want to try. Apricots in a glaze, cream, mascarpone, and Gouda together are bliss, I only knew one guy who didn't like raspberries, and Tiramisu. Gotta try all four. I have a body impervious to calories and all the other life threatening stuff in these, so I would try them again, after the first batch. If I die, I die happy.

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Another sugar filled treat for the ladies. Not the type of cuisine I partake in on would care to either, lol

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Misdo limited series treats are not bad actually.

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I'll run the risk of getting Type 2 diabetes and buy all four.

4 ( +5 / -1 )

misdo is another name for pricey, flavorless and overrated

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