Nov 8, 2018 | New Flavours

We’re celebrating the festive season with five limited edition Christmas doughnuts, including a rework of our famous Crème Brûlée with a hand-torched shell.

Taking inspiration from classic Christmas desserts, we’ve used ingredients like Calvados apple brandy from Normandy to create an exciting twist on the usual treats. And, for the first time ever, we’re releasing two vegan options as part of the Christmas selection.

The vegan Winter Fruit Crumble is filled with a festive spiced apple, pear and quince compote, topped with quince icing and a home made maple pecan crumble.

Other flavours include the Gingerbread and Christmas Crème Brûlée, which features a vanilla and calvados cream custard, folded through with a sprinkling of Christmas pudding and finished with a classic brûlée shell, which takes more than a minute to hand torch per doughnut!

Alongside this year’s full size Christmas doughnuts, we’ve brought back our Mince Pie dough bites, filled with a home made fruit mince, smothered with brandy icing and topped with a home made vanilla crumble (vegan option available).

Orders are now available for the Christmas selection, with the new flavours also available in Crosstown stores across the city.


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