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PR: Krispy Kreme Answers Fans’ Chocolate Cravings with Choco Mania Doughnuts

Finally, something to end every chocoholic’s search for the ultimate chocolate experience — Krispy Kreme’s Choco Mania Doughnuts.

Choco Mania!

Pillow soft, freshly made chocolate doughnuts dressed in four different chocolaty ways -- Chocolate Custard, Chocolate Cookie Crunch, Caramel with Toasted Merengue and White Icing with Choco Curls -- these treats are best enjoyed with families and friends.

Dubbed as “the ultimate chocolate indulgence,” Krispy Kreme’s Choco Mania Doughnuts hit scream chocolaty goodness with every bite.  Grab a box at your nearest Krispy Kreme stores now.

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Krispy Kreme has been making fresh, hot doughnuts of the highest quality since 1937.  Its first branch in the Philippines opened back in 2006 in Bonifacio High Street.  Today, Krispy Kreme has 25 branches nationwide with stores in Greenhills Shopping Center, SM Mall of Asia, Trinoma Mall, Festival Supermall, SM Megamall and other top locations including Festival Supermall in Alabang and Marquee Mall in Clark, Pampanga.

To get more information about the brand, you may log on to www.krispykreme.com.ph and become a friend of Krispy Kreme or get to know Chloe at www.facebook.com/ChloeKrispyKremePH.

Comments

  1. Chocolate Cookie Crunch sounds fun! waahh, craving for this since last week! :((

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  2. ang tagal ko ng hindi nakakavisit sa krispy kreme, dami na bago.

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  3. These look so good yet so sinful!XD It's been a year since I've last eaten a donut. I guess it wouldn't hurt to try one of these some time soon.

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  4. This is soooo sinful!! but i don't think I will be able to resist trying at least one the next time I'm in the Krispy Kreme in my neighborhood mall! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. The caramel with toasted meringue doughnut looks interesting! I love anything with caramel in/on it :)

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  6. @silverlilac1423: Caramel's ok. A little too sweet to me though. =)

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