Mister Donuts Releases Irresistible Collection in Collaboration with Pierre Hermé

14.January.2020 | FOOD

Mister Donuts will be releasing its first new doughnuts collection of 2020 called ‘misdo meets PIERRE HERMÉ Patisserie Donuts Collection’. The collection contains six new flavours and was launched on January 10, 2020. The delicious doughnuts are now being sold across Japan for a limited period. 

 

Since 2017, Mister Donut has taken their commitment to their slogan “the happiness you want is coming right up” to the next level with their collaboration series ‘misdo meets’ which uses the highest quality of ingredients and skill. This year, they have teamed up with French pastry and chocolatier brand Pierre Hermé for their 10th collaboration brand of doughnuts, marking Mr Donut’s first ever collaboration with an overseas brand. 

 The ‘misdo meets PIERRE HERMÉ Patisserie Donuts Collection’ contains a series of doughnuts made using Pierre Hermé’s fetish collection flavours including Ispahan, Satine and much more.

Pon de Ispahan (Rose, Lychee and Framboise) Take Away: ¥194 (After Tax) Eat-In: ¥198 (After Tax)

In the Pon de Ispahan, Rose, lychee and framboise flavours are combined in a unique harmony to create the same flavour as Pierre Hermé’s flagship product, the Ispahan. The ring-shaped framboise chocolate doughnut is decorated with framboise granules and filled with rose and lychee cream. *Rose and lychee flavouring is used. 

Satine Fashion (Orange, Passion fruit and Cream Cheese) Take Away: ¥183 (After Tax) Eat-In: ¥187 (After Tax)

Pierre Hermé’s signature Satine Cheesecake is transformed into an old-fashioned doughnut and topped with cream cheese that is as soft as mousse, and a tangy orange and passion fruit jam to create the Satine Fashion.

 

Mr Donut has also released a second doughnuts collection that was inspired by Pierre Hermé’s popular chocolate flavour Mogador Plénitude, which gently falls apart in your mouth.

Mogador (Chocolat, Orange and Passionfruit): Take Away: ¥248 (After Tax) Eat-In: ¥253 (After Tax)

This Mogador chocolate doughnut is based on a financier almond cake and Pierre Hermé’s chocolate Mogador. The doughnut contains ganache cream, ganache whipped cream and orange and passion fruit jam. The doughnut is garnished with chocolate and candied orange peel. 

Plénitude (Chocolat & Caramel) Take Away: ¥248 (After Tax) Eat-In: ¥253 (After Tax)

The Plénitude is also based on a financier almond cake and is made using Pierre Hermé’s Chocolat-flavoured Plénitude. The doughnut contains salted caramel cream, salted caramel whipped cream and ganache cream. Finally, it is sprinkled with delicious chocolate and candied almonds. 

 

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, these luxurious doughnuts are the perfect treat to share with that special someone. This is also the perfect opportunity to try one of Pierre Hermé’s delicious original flavours in a doughnut. 

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    Mister Donut Japan revealed last month that it is set to team up with Pokémon this winter with a special campaign starting on November 15. Before then however, from November 13, the doughnut chain will be releasing the “Mister Donut Chansey Christmas-chu Collection” of doughnuts and merchandise.

     

    Mister Donut Chansey Christmas-chu Collection

    Pikachu Doughnut (Custard Whip) | ¥240 (Before Tax)

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    Pon de Ring Wreath: Pudding Flavour, Strawberry Flavour, Chocolate Flavour | ¥150 (Before Tax)

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    As well as doughnuts, Pokémon fans can get their hands on a selection on Christmas mugs and bowls too. Perfect for putting under the tree this year.

     

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  • Mister Donut Japan Reveals Limited Edition Pon de Chocolate Doughnuts

    03.November.2020 | FOOD

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    Pon de Chocolate Series

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    Pon de Chocolate: Takeout ¥140 | Eat In ¥143 (Before Tax)

    A chewy doughnut with a chocolate glaze.

    Pon de Double Chocolate: Takeout ¥151 | Eat In ¥154 (Before Tax)

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    Pon de Zaku Chocolate: Takeout ¥162 | Eat In ¥165 (Before Tax)

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    Pon de Crunch Chocolate: Takeout ¥162 | Eat In ¥165 (Before Tax)

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    Ouchi de MISDO HALLOWEEN | ¥150 per doughnut (Before Tax)

     

    Scared Ghost


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    Flapping Bat


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    Swirly Pink Mummy


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    Swirly Chocolate Mummy


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  • Purple Sweet Potato Doughnuts Made More Delicious This Autumn at Mister Donut

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    The doughnuts were so popular last September because of how similar they were to eating a real purple sweet potato. This year, the doughnuts are made with not only annouimo sweet potato powder, but powder made from Japan’s popular beni haruka variety of sweet potato too which is known for its high sugar content.

     

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    Purple Sweet Potato Doughnut | ¥130 (Before Tax)

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    Candied Sweet Potato Doughnut | ¥130 (Before Tax)

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    Topped with sweet potato cream and sesame seeds and before baking baked in the oven.

    Imo Kenpi Sweet Potato Doughnut | ¥140 (Before Tax)

    Covered in a sweet glaze and crunchy pieces of imo kenpi candied sweet potato pieces.

     

    Sweet potatoes are a popular flavour during autumn in Japan, and Mister Donut is on board again this year.

  • Make Your Own Mister Donut Treats at Home With These Simple Recipes

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    The doughnuts can be whipped up for breakfast, as a daytime snack or an evening treat, so customers can enjoy the taste of Mister Donut from the comfort of their own home.

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    Last month, Mister Donut collaborated with Gion Tsujiri and Toshi Yoroizuka to release the “Matcha Itadaki Series.” This time around, they’re joining their sticky baking hands to bring the “Matcha Odoroki Series.” The triple team’s matcha creations are the fitting way to celebrate Mister Donut’s 50th anniversary as Gion Tsujiri brings the best Uji matcha from Kyoto and Uji-born pastry chef Toshihiko Yoroizuka brings his creative ideas.

     

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    Pon de Pie Uji Matcha – ¥200 (Before Tax)

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    Pon de Pie Chocolate – ¥200 (Before Tax)

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    07.April.2020 | FOOD

    Mister Donut Japan is set to release a new limited line of matcha doughnuts in collaboration with Gion Tsujiri and Toshi Yoroizuka at all branches in Japan from April 10, 2020.

     

    Following the success of Mister Donut’s previous collaborations with the two companies, named “misdo meets Gion Tsujiri” and “misdo meets Toshi Yoroizuka” respectively, this new collaboration sees all three companies come together for the first time to co-develop the matcha doughnuts. The triple team’s matcha creations are the fitting way to celebrate Mister Donut’s 50th anniversary as Gion Tsujiri brings the best Uji matcha from Kyoto and Uji-born pastry chef Toshihiko Yoroizuka brings his skill set.

     

    Pon de Ring Uji Matcha Chocolate Almond

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    Pon de Ring Uji Matcha Milk Crunch

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    Pon de Ring Uji Matcha & Chocolate Cream

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    Pon de Ring Uji Matcha Doughnuts

    Running: April 10, 2020 – Early June 2020

    Available: At most Mister Donut branches in Japan

     

    Tiramisu Chocolate Whip

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    Tiramisu Uji Matcha Whip

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    Uji Matcha Chocolate Pie

    The name speaks for itself: a lovely layered pie of Uji matcha chocolate and chocolate cream.

     

    Tiramisu Doughnuts & Chocolate Pie

    Running: April 10, 2020 – Early May 2020

    Available: At most Mister Donut branches in Japan

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    08.March.2020 | FOOD

    Mister Donut Japan is now serving up a sweet selection of cherry blossom themed doughnuts; this includes 3 flavours of their “Sakura Mochi Doughnuts” which have a chewy texture and cherry blossom inspired shape, 3 flavours of the “Sakura French” doughnuts which take their classic cruller doughnuts and sprinkle them with cherry blossom flavoured powder, and a cherry blossom flavour of their popular bite-sized pop doughnuts.

     

    Sakura Mochi Doughnuts

    The “Sakura Mochi Doughnuts” were a hit with sweet tooth customers in spring last year, and have made a return in 2020 even more delicious and chewy than before. With a flavour and texture that’s just like eating cherry blossom mochi, these doughnuts come in three flavours: the pink coloured and kawaii “Sakura,” the soybean sugar-coated “Kinako,” and the “Azuki” which is filled with coarse sweet red bean paste and coated in white chocolate.

     

    Sakura French

    These doughnuts use Mister Donut’s classic French crullers and turn them into seasonal springtime sakura delights, like the “Sakura” which is glazed with a pink cherry blossom mochi flavour, and the “Sakura Jelly & Whipped Cream” which speaks deliciously for itself.

     

    Sakura Pop Doughnut

    A selection of Mister Donut’s popular doughnuts, like Old Fashioned and Chocolate, have been taken and topped with cherry blossom, strawberry, and other flavourings.


    Taste the sweetness of spring this season in Japan with one of these tasty doughnuts.

  • Catch the Pikachu and Poké Ball Doughnuts at Mister Donut This Winter

    24.September.2019 | ANIME&GAME / FOOD

    Mister Donut has announced another collaboration with Pokémon following the success of last year’s doughnut line-up. It will hold a campaign entitled “Let’s Catch Pokémon at Mister Donut!” beginning on November 15. In the run up to Christmas, the doughnut chain will sell a range of products and merchandise that both kids and adults can enjoy.

     

    The Pikachu doughnut was such a hit last year that they are bringing it back for 2019 together with two all-new doughnuts.

    Mister Donut is also teaming up with the upcoming video games Pokémon Sword and Shield, which are also releasing on November 15 on the Nintendo Switch, to bring fans a range of new doughnuts themed on the new game. Details on the products and merchandise will be announced in the near future, so stay tuned.


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  • Warm Up With a Cup Of Hot Tapioca at Mister Donut

    23.September.2019 | FOOD

    The beautiful warmth of summer is slowly fading away, ready to let in the cool autumn weather and subsequent winter. What better way to warm yourself up than with a nice hot cosy drink? Mister Donut is lovingly pouring two new seasonal hot tapioca drinks this autumn from September 20, including the Hot Milk Tea and the Hot Matcha Milk.

     

    Mister Donut’s “Hot Tapioca” beverages first hit back in the spring where they tantalised the taste buds of customers, with each sip becoming more delicious and addictive after the next. The Hot Milk Tea is a mix of royal milk tea made with uva tea leaves and tapioca while the Hot Matcha Milk combines matcha-flavoured tapioca with milk.


    It seems that even after these hot drinks have been released, Mister Donut’s regular Tapioca Milk Tea and Tapioca Matcha Milk beverages are still enjoying big sales. It’s always nice to have a choice to order what you like depending on your mood.

    Tapioca Hot Milk Tea: ¥496 (Tax Included)

    Indulge in this black tea filled with chewy tapioca and steeped in rich uva tea leaves to create a full-bodied royal milk tea.

    Tapioca Hot Matcha Milk: ¥496 (Tax Included)

    For something a little more Japanese-tasting, enjoy a cup of hot milk mixed with tapioca matcha.

     

    These drinks will be sold until mid-February 2020, so if you’re in need of warming up this autumn and winter in Japan, head to Mister Donut.

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