Krispy Kreme Adds Two Coffee-flavored Donuts

Posted: Feb 18 2014, 12:23am CST | by , in News | Other Stuff

Krispy Kreme adds two coffee-flavored donuts

Yum-yum! Krispy Kreme has added two new doughnut flavors: Mocha Kreme and Caramel Coffee Kreme.

Doughnut king Krispy Kreme wants you to make your morning coffee habit even better.

Today, the multi-million dollar company announced that it will be adding two new flavors to its delicious line-up of donuts. The new confections are coffee-inspired, and are meant to tango with your daily brew.

Meet the "Mocha Kreme" doughnut and the "Caramel Coffee Kreme" doughnut.

Krispy Kreme describes them best. The Mocha Kreme doughnut, the company said, is a moist doughnut filled with a blend of chocolate and coffee flavors. It is also topped with mocha icing, milk chocolate swirl, and milk chocolate icing. Sounds good, right?

The Caramel Coffee Kreme, on the other hand, is a glazed doughnut topped with smooth caramel and coffee flavored icing, a mocha drizzle, and coffee Kreme. No more dunking donuts into coffee, huh?

Unfortunately, the new flavors won't be around for long, at least that is what Krispy Kreme is saying. The company said that they will be available up unti March 30th. It's normal for companies to apply what can be considered as a "scarcity strategy" to boost sales. If all goes well, then Krispy Kreme might even consider adding more coffee-based flavors.

Krispy Kreme also announced earlier this month that it will be selling its iced coffees in ready-to-drink bottles. Currently, there are two iced coffee flavors: Original Glazed and Mocha Iced Coffees.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/21" rel="author">Gene Ryan Briones</a>
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