[koe donuts] Ohagi donuts available only in early summer


From koe donuts, a limited-time flavor of “ohagi donuts”, which is a chewy donut wrapped in homemade sweet bean paste, has appeared.
A donut perfect for early summer, with a perfect balance of refreshing fruit and salt.

Dainagon Azuki
Refreshing sweet bean paste made with organic azuki beans and organic sugar.
Large grains of sun-dried salt bring out the sweetness of the azuki beans.

[NEW] Apricot kernel and Yukari
Add the sourness of red perilla to the sweet-smelling apricot kernel bean paste.
A sweet and salty ohagi donut

【NEW】Matcha and Sudachi
The fragrant Kyoto matcha is combined with crisp and refreshing sudachi.
Please enjoy the sharp aftertaste.

[NEW] Raspberry Chocolate Coconut
A fruit bean paste that perfectly matches the acidity of raspberries and white chocolate.
It looks like a bright dish.

【NEW】Cheese and rum raisins
A cake-like ohagi donut with creamy camembert cheese filling and fruity raisins.

Red sweet bean paste
The smooth and gentle sweetness of red bean paste from a long-established Kyoto bean paste factory is topped with fragrant bubu hail.



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