Dunkin Donuts Has A New Matcha-Flavored Chocolate Doughnut!

The new Dunkin Donuts pastries comes in five exciting flavors!

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What do you get when you put together the classic look of French eclairs with doughnuts? You get Dunkin Donut's new DD Bars! This new line of delicious doughnuts come in five flavors: Éclair, Tiramisu, Lady Finger, Matcha, and Split Royale!

From left to right: Dunkin Donuts' DD Bar in Tiramisu, Eclair, Split Royale, Lady Finger, and Matcha
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Great news for fans of Dunkin Donut's Bavarian filling: three of the DD Bars have a Bavarian filling piped on both ends of these oblong-shaped pastries! The Éclair DD Bar is frosted with dark chocolate, topped with buttercream rosette with a strawberry accent, and filled with the Bavarian cream. The Tiramisu DD Bar is coated in tiramisu-flavored chocolate, sprinkled with nuts, drizzled with dark chocolate, and filled with a Bavarian filling.

If you're a big green tea fan, the Matcha DD Bar is coated with earthy, sweet Matcha chocolate with streaks of dark chocolate and white chocolate on top and filled with Bavarian cream-which pairs perfectly with a cup of Dunkin Donut's matcha latte!

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If you're a devout member of Team Pineapples On Everything, you should definitely try the Lady Finger DD Bar! This pastry is covered with white chocolate, special crunchy bits, a buttercream rosette with a tinge of strawberry, and filled with tangy but sweet pineapple jam. While the Split Royale DD Bar is coated in hazelnut chocolate, a sprinkle of nuts, drizzled of dark chocolate, and filled with plain cream.

The DD Bars are available for P40 each at select Dunkin Donuts outlets nationwide. You can also enjoy them in two different bundles: 55 DD Bars and 6 classic donuts for P299 or 3 DD Bars, 2 premium donuts, and 6 classic donuts for P299.

For more information, follow Dunkin Donuts on Facebook and Instagram.

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