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Mister Donut Meets Toshi Yoroizuka - Matcha Doughnut Series
Mister Donut collaborated with famous Japanese patissier Toshi Yoroizuka to create a flavorful matcha green tea and chocolate doughnut series. This product line marks the 50th anniversary of Miter Donut.
Refined Matcha-Flavored Doughnuts
Mister Donut collaborated with the famous Japanese patissier Toshi Yoroizuka to create a product series marking its 50th anniversary. The collaboration features delicious creations flavored with matcha green tea and dark chocolate.
1. Pon de Uji Matcha Chocolate Almond
The Pon de Uji Matcha Chocolate Almond (160 yen before tax) is a doughnut made with rice flour mixed with matcha green tea from Uji in Kyoto. It is glazed with dark chocolate and topped with almond chips that add a crunchy texture to it.
2. Pon de Double Uji Matcha Milk Crunch
The Pon de Double Uji Matcha Milk Crunch (160 yen before tax) has the same rice flour and matcha base but is topped with white chocolate-based matcha coating and milk-flavored chips.
3. Pon de Double Uji Chocolate Cream
The Pon de Double Uji Chocolate Cream (180 yen before tax) is a matcha cream-filled pon de ring. It is topped with matcha chocolate and a drizzle of dark chocolate.
4. Tiramisu Chocolate Whip Doughnut
The Tiramisu Chocolate Whip Doughnut (200 yen before tax) is a doughnut filled with chocolate-flavored whipped cream, tiramisu, and milk chips. It is dipped in green tea-flavored chocolate.
5. Tiramisu Uji Matcha Whip Doughnut
The Tiramisu Uji Matcha Whip Doughnut (200 yen before tax) is filled with matcha-flavored whipped cream, tiramisu, and almond crunch. It is drizzled with matcha chocolate.
6. Uji Matcha Chocolate Pie
The Uji Matcha Chocolate Pie (220 yen before tax) is a flaky chocolate pie filled with matcha and chocolate cream. It is also dipped in matcha chocolate.
The Mister Donut Meets Toshi Yoroizuka collaboration will be available from April 10 until beginning of May 2020.
COVID-19 Information: Mister Donut adheres to a safety protocol to prevent the coronavirus from spreading. Utensils and trays are constantly disinfected while the employes wear masks and are regularly checked for symptoms. Shops will decide for themselves if they close the store early or even completely during this period. Mister Donut kindly asks customers to avoid eating in the stores and choose take-out instead.
Mister Donut official website: https://www.misterdonut.jp/ (Japanese only)
Written by Chiara Mischke