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Krispy Kreme Japan releases Lotus Biscoff topped doughnuts

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By grape Japan

In the past, Krispy Kreme Japan has tapped into Japanese tea culturesakura Easter bunnies, and even superfoods for seasonal spins on their popular doughnuts. This time around, they're teaming up with world-famous Belgian Lotus Biscoff (Lotus Bakeries) for biscuit topped doughnuts that might as well be cakes.

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The lineup features two doughnuts and a sweet beverage stopped off by Lotus Biscoff biscuits, which are known for their caramel flavor and slight cinnamon aftertaste and often enjoyed with coffee.

Lotus Biscoff White Cream

A fluffy ring doughnut topped with a rich milky white chocolate cream, as well as a whole Lotus Biscoff biscuit and extra crumbled bits as well.

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Lotus Biscoff Bitter Chocolate

A bitter chocolate ring doughnut that uses a cocoa powder blended with Ghana cacao. Of course, it has the same biscuit toppings.

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Krispy Frozen Lotus Biscoff Affogato

An affogato style blended ice coffee drink with vanilla milk and topped with Lotus Biscoff biscuits.

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The Lotus Biscoff doughnuts are available until the end of July. The Frozen Lotus Biscoff Affogato will be available until the end of August, but please note it's not available at all stores.

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The healthy option for when a doughnut just wont do...

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Love KK, but restrict myself to a few times a year. For awhile, we collected KK coffee mugs from around the world.

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