Starbucks Top Pot Doughnuts now in the Philippines!

Starbucks has a surprise for us coffee addicts. It’s not coffee, but it goes perfectly with coffee.

The gift of Top Pot Doughnuts from StarbucksMark April 12, 2010 on your calendars Starbucks fans. This is the day Starbucks will be offering Top Pot Doughnuts in select outlets throughout the Philippines! 😀

Top Pot Doughnuts at StarbucksBefore I reveal what’s in the box, let me give you a brief backgrounder on Top Pot Doughnuts:

  • Top Pot is a family-owned business started by Mark and Michael Klebeck.
  • Starbucks began carrying Top Pot doughnuts all over the US back in 2005.
  • Top Pot Doughnuts are made the old-fashioned way — by hand, with very little automation to give you that hand-crafted look and taste.
Getting excited? I won’t keep you waiting much longer… voila!

Top Pot Doughnuts from Starbucks in 3 flavorsTop Pot Doughnuts come in three delicous flavors:

  • Glazed Old Fashioned Doughnut (topmost donut in the photo above) – This is a golden cake of a doughnut with hints of vanilla.
  • Top Pot Apple Fritter (chunky hole-less donut on the left) – Hand chopped apples mixed with cinnamon and spices are cooked along with the batter.
  • Chocolate Old Fashioned Doughnut (dark brown donut on the right) – The rich chocolate version of the Glazed Old Fashioned Doughnut.
All Top Pot Doughnuts are covered with their trademark “Air Sped” Glaze. I love these doughnuts. They’re filling, not overly sweet, and they have zero grams trans fat. They’re so lovely with a cup of hot coffee.
My personal favorite is the Top Pot Apple Fritter. It has a soft and incredibly chewy texture (the other two are more cake-like) so it’s really a pleasure to eat. Plus you can actually taste the apple bits, cinnamon, and spices. I rarely ever rave about donuts since most of them are so sweet that they give me a sore throat, but Top Pot Doughnuts are on an entirely different level. Yum yum yum! 😀
UPDATE: Top Pot Doughnuts launch date and locations can be found HERE.
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