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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, March, 2007.


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DUNKIN' DONUTS

208, NanJing E Rd, Sec 2
(02)2503-7377
Hours: 7 am - 10 pm

It is familiar to Americans, but perhaps not so to Taiwanese. Dunkin' Donuts appears in movies or TV shows where police officers are portrayed enjoying donuts and coffee while on duty. Dunkin' Donuts has over 7,100 stores throughout the United States. Recently, they updated their style to a more modern one. To ensure the donuts meet the standards of their American shops, they have used flour and fillings imported directly from the U.S. --By Josie Wu, translated by Ann Lee

A. So far they have about 60 kinds of donuts (NT$25-30 /each), including the Old Fashioned, Chocolate Glazed, Strawberry, and the Boston Kreme, which even became the signature food of Massachusetts. Special flavours include Hami Melon, Mango, Kiwi Fruit & White Chocolate. You can also expect seasonal or more exotic flavours from time to time.
B. Apart from the classic flavours, there are a few choices exclusive to Taiwanese customers. Dunkin' Donuts has adjusted the amount of sugar added into the dough, such as with the Corn Crumb Mochi, which will remind the Taiwanese of their popular Guai-Guai, childhood snack, and a healthier Multi-Grain Mochi.

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