Dunkin Donuts Quiz: the answers

Earlier this week, we played Guess the Donut Flavor (it’s an official name) where you get to guess. The flavor of a donut. But not just any donut, three Shenyang specialties that Dunkin has created to cater to the local tastebuds.

We got some really interesting guesses, and I have to say, you guys are pretty good at guessing a donut by it’s cover. Or color.

Anyway, I’m super excited that 4 whole people read this blog of randomness, and even though Zach was technically the winner with 2 correct answers, I’ve decided that since you actually read this blog and you took the time to comment (which I very much appreciate), then you are all awesome and deserve to be winners. All four of you are going to get mail from China (how exciting!) although I highly doubt you are as excited as I am when I get mail from the USA. (Shout out for the Girl Scout thin mints I recently received… Can I get an amen? Thanks again, Ami!)

So without further a do… a due? ado?

um… You know what I mean, right?

Anyway, here’s the answers…

#1: Dried Pork & Spicy Dried Pork. (left to right) Do they still look tasty?
Dried Pork flavored donut in China

#2: Cheese Tuna This is one of the dangerous ones, looking all shiny and yummy on the outside, but with a “surprise” inside. Reason #2 why I have this rule.
Shenyang Cheese Tuna Donut

#3: Green Tea Mochiring They’ll flavor anything with green tea round these parts. But who cares when there’s a Boston Creme down below? yum.
Chinese green tea flavored donut at Dunkin Donuts

Thanks again for playing along and thanks for taking the time out of your day to leave some comment love. If you’re one of the awesome 4, send me your address via the Contact page, and you’ll receive a little surprise from the Far East!


3 thoughts on “Dunkin Donuts Quiz: the answers

  1. So glad to see the answers! I checked back almost everyday to find out! We’re big DD fans but even bigger Kristy Kreme fans. Don’t think they have KK’s in China, but DD’s will work. Not sure if you got my email a few months back, but I currently live in Tuscaloosa, AL and me and my family will be moving to Shenyang in November. I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog and have learned tons! Thanks!