‘Duck the Halls’ with limited-release donuts with mint icing 


Mint icing is said to be so tempting, it’s only available once a year. That time is now.

Duck Donuts’ Holiday Assortment has returned for the season. Now through Dec. 31, the donut shop on Brown Street is offering its warmest holiday offerings of mint icing, seasonal sprinkles, specialty Winter Roast coffee, seasonal espresso drinks and limited-time apparel and collectibles. 

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Most stores are offering a variety of new seasonal espresso drinks including a Figgy Pudding Latte, a light and fruity latte that invokes the taste of the classic seasonal dish; Snowbird Mocha, a traditional peppermint mocha with a coconut twist; Horchata White Mocha, a creamy snicker doodle-flavored latte with a hint of cinnamon; and Cookie Butter Chai Latte, a seasonal chai latte that tastes like a spiced sugar cookie.

“The holiday season is a wonderful time of the year to spread goodwill and cherish the company of friends and family,” said Russ DiGilio, founder and CEO of Duck Donuts Franchising Company. “We look forward to helping customers create holiday memories with their loved ones by providing the treat of warm, delicious and made-to-order donuts for all to enjoy this year.”

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The popular Winter Roast is a blend of Central and South American beans medium roasted, boasting a sweet butterscotch flavor layered with notes of hazelnut and whiskey. 

Do you know a Duck Donuts fan? Unique merchandise is also being sold at Duck Donuts stores that could work as the perfect stocking stuffers. Dayton’s Duck Donut location is at 1200 Brown Street. 


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