Dunkin’ Donuts Korea Made a ‘Reggae’ Doughnut with an Afro
Dunkin’ Donuts Korea evidently associates doughnuts with Jamaica, because they have released a Ya-man Reggae Donut.
The dark brown doughnut is shaped like an afro and features red, yellow, and green sprinkles. It is served in a paper container with a man’s face (perhaps Bob Marley?) to make the doughnut look like his hair.
In stores, Dunkin’ Donuts is labeling this creation the “Reggae master” doughnut.
This doughnut is part of a new Jamaican-themed menu. There is also a doughnut covered in red, yellow, and green sprinkles; a peace sign glazed doughnut; and a heart-shaped filled doughnut (maybe it has pumpkin or Reese’s pieces as its filling). There are two colorful layered frozen drinks in presumably tropical flavors.
Looks like everybody does love Bob Marley — why else would they make a doughnut inspired by him?