Sweet or Savory: Which Krispy Kreme are you?

Last March 4, 2010 is the night that Krispy Kreme shaked the Philippines market and I was one of the lucky bloggers to witnessed it. Krispy Kreme launches its Baked Creations. Like the doughnuts everyone has grown to love, these new Krispy Kreme sensations are the perfect companions to Krispy Kreme’s freshly brewed Signature Coffee. This newest addition to the line of Krispy Kreme offerings comes in two new options the Kruffins and the Pull Aparts. Its a question if your a Sweet of Savory?

“Krispy Kreme is a brand for sharing – which makes it a well-loved doughnut chain in the Philippines and the rest of the world,” says Mark Gamboa, Marketing Manager of Krispy Kreme. “The introduction of the Baked Creations of Krispy Kreme here in the country is our way of showing our eagerness to give Filipinos something delightfully new to share and enjoy everyday.”

In the Philippines, the popularity of Krispy Kreme sky rocketed from it start at 2006 on its Bonifacio High Street branch. And with the fresh, mouthwatering pastries that come out of Krispy Kreme’s conveyor belt, its fame is destined to glaze everyone soon.

The new offer Sweet and Savory selection gave Filipino buyers and patrons new options to enjoy Krispy Kreme. The Kruffins, is an American style hand made muffin-with-a-hole filled with rich and delicious fruits, nuts or chocolate with varieties which include Double Chocolate, Apple Streussel, Blueberry and Classic Kruffin.

While the Pull Aparts is a the North Carolina original hand-rolled balls of dough, pulled apart and laid to form a doughnut like sweet bread, filled with sweet or savory varieties such as Cheese, Bacon & Cheese, Sausage & Cheese and Cinnamon.

2 thoughts on “Sweet or Savory: Which Krispy Kreme are you?

  • March 11, 2010 at 5:25 pm

    i like both. but i’m curious about the savory. they look delish and flavorful. 🙂

  • March 12, 2010 at 2:36 am

    yeah, didn’t got a chance to try it. will be charging to the nearest Krispy Kreme shop and try all flavor to be fair.

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