Glazed and Infused
Doughnuts: Part 1
Red Velvet: Nice soft and moist crumb with a little crispiness around the edges. The frosting is generously applied, but it also has a good amount of tang to sort of balance everything out.
PB & J: A nice translation of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich into doughnut form. Especially liked the ratio of creamy PB&J to starch.
Seasonal Jelly Filled: The fruit-forward jelly is blessedly not too sweet. Instead of a glaze, the exterior is sprinkled sugar, which also adds some nice texture to each bite.
Doughnuts: Part 2
Vanilla Cake with Chocolate Frosting: Nice chocolate flavor, which is way more pronounced than the Chocolate Glazed.
Raspberry Glazed: The doughnut itself is almost pillowy, kind of like Wonder Bread. The raspberry glaze is sweet and a little tart.
Luscious Lemon: The cake is moist but also a little mushy, but we loved the lemony profile. It's the first thing that hits you when you bite in.
Doughnuts: Part 3
Apple Fritter: One of the best of the bunch. A strong cinnamon presence helps balance out the sweet glaze. Plus, there is a little bit of apple flavor hidden inside.
Vanilla Bean Glazed: The classic is fluffy and not too sweet. Especially loved the strong vanilla profile. It may be straightforward, but it's not basic.
Chocolate 4: With four kinds of chocolate, we were expecting this to be over the top. But the chocolate is very dark, making this one of the least sweet choices.