Which Has Better Flavors Around the World, Dunkin' Donuts or Krispy Kreme?

International flavors are often more adventurous than domestic ones

Wasabi-cheese doughnut, anyone?

If you’re looking to explore the furthest reaches of fast food, the best place to look is outside of the United States. Burger King Japan, Pizza Hut Singapore, and Domino’s Taiwan, among others, are constantly experimenting with outside-the-box fast food creations. Just look at Pizza Hut Australia, which recently rolled out a pizza with a crust made out of Doritos!

While most of the outrageous creations coming out of foreign fast food outposts are savory, sweet doughnuts are definitely not exempt. For example, Dunkin’ Donuts sells some outrageous flavors around the world, including kimchi in Korea, cheese and durian in Indonesia, dry pork and seaweed in Asia, and wasabi-cheese and seaweed-cheese in Singapore. Any of those sound delicious to you?

Dunkin’ Donuts isn’t alone in the super-creative foreign doughnut world. Krispy Kreme has also become a major player, with flavors including peach Melba, tiramisu, and crème brûlée introduced in Japan in honor of the 2014 World Cup.


Even though Krispy Kreme is certainly creative and fun (Ghostbusters doughnuts, anyone?), when it comes to going completely hog wild, Dunkin’ Donuts takes the (dry pork-topped) cake.