Japanese chainstore doughnuts get fancy chocolate upgrade.
Mister Donut – Japanese doughnut chain Misdo as it renames – keeps things cool recently with Misdo Meets project, sees chain tie up with local companies for exclusive, limited-edition collections.
Toshi Yoroizuka, one of Kyoto’s top pastry chefs, educated on eight years in Switzerland, Austria, France and Belgium, is behind latest collaboration.
Yoroizuka has four stores in Tokyo, now fans of the patissier can enjoy the success nationwide, through the Misdo Meets Toshi Yoroizuka doughnut collection.
Four new doughnuts in the range, each using a chocolate gateau doughnut as the base, so look at them below!
This doughnut will appeal to chocolate lovers with its ganache chocolate cream, chocolate whip, curled chocolate and candied almond topping and a dusting of cocoa powder to finish.
Noix de Coco
Noix de Coco translates to coconut in English; heres roasted coconut thrown around a dollop of salted caramel cream.
Chocolate, pistachio whip sits at the center of a doughnut generously padded with cocoa powder.
We have a doughnut toped with whipped chestnut cream and a layer of whipped chocolate cream. This sweet doughnut is sure to be one of the most popular in the Alps thanks to candied almonds and powdered sugar dusting.
Each doughnut is priced at 248 yen for takeout clients, 253 yen for eat-in customers. All four will have ale for special branded paper bag, not limited numbers and stocks last.
Misdo Meets Toshi Yoroizuka collection to be available at Mister Donut branches nationwide from 11 January till early February.
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