The Drunkin Donut Co.: Alcohol Infused Doughnuts

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

Donuts are the real breakfast of champions (bacon maple bars specifically). What could possibly make these heavenly baked goods any more scrumptious? How about infusing them with booze?

That’s exactly what the team at The Drunkin Donut Co. has done. The aptly titled, New York based bakery makes some of the tastiest doughnuts around, all of which have been infused with alcohol. In addition to donut flavors like mudslide, mojito, pina colada and martini, the bakery also offers a handful of other baked goods ranging from truffles and cupcakes all the way to our personal favorite dessert food – the coveted drunken cannoli. The best part is that you can have them shipped right to your front door. [Purchase]

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