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Krispy Kreme celebrates 5 years with 2 Limited Edition Doughnuts created from fan favourite flavours

Krispy Kreme is celebrating it's 5th Birthday in Ireland with the launch of two iconic new doughnut flavours created from Ireland’s fan favourite flavours.

The 5th birthday range is available from 4th September until 15th October, including Krispy Kreme’s official birthday on 26th September. The brand first launched in Blanchardstown with a mission to bring joy to people's lives through their lovingly created delicious flavours that are perfect for any occasion, especially when sharing with loved ones. Sweet-treat fans will certainly want to get in on the celebrations with prices from just €3.75.

The two new delicious flavours are the latest and greatest from the brand that has released more than 125 individually hand-crafted and decorated new flavours over their 5 years in Ireland.

The new launches have been created by Krispy Kreme, taking the best of Irish customer-favourite flavours to celebrate the brand's 5th Birthday. The results combine hazelnut and chocolatey goodness as well as traditional sticky toffee flavours.

As always, each Krispy Kreme doughnut is hand crafted and made fresh daily.

First up is the deliciously decadent Hazelnut Kreme Krisp doughnut which features a creamy hazelnut filling and outer is dipped in white chocolate, rolled in a crispy wafer crumb.

Introducing a new iconic take on the classic dessert favourite, the Sticky Toffee Swirl doughnut is bound to delight. Filled with sticky toffee flavour, this doughnut is dipped in chocolate icing and topped with caramel biscuit, toffee crunch pieces and a delicate swirl.

Krispy Kreme’s limited-edition 5th Birthday Hazelnut Kreme Krisp and Sticky Toffee Swirl doughnuts are available nationwide across all Krispy Kreme retail shops, selected Tesco, Circle K, Plaza Group locations, Apple Green, and Center Parcs and through Delivery via Uber, Just Eat and Deliveroo  - prices may vary by location.

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Slán go fóill.


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