These Krispy Kreme Doughnuts in South Korea Are Shining, Shimmering, Splendid

Rainbow Gloss Doughnuts are Original Glazed doughnuts topped with sparkly, flavored icing
Krispy Kreme Rainbow Gloss Doughnuts

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Each colored icing corresponds to a different flavor, which include blueberry, kiwi, and mango.

In South Korea, you can get Krispy Kreme doughnuts in (almost) every color of the rainbow. Its new Rainbow Gloss Doughnuts are Original Glazed doughnuts “topped with sparkly, flavored icing,” reports Brand Eating.

There are five different types to choose from: Purple Gloss, Green Gloss, Yellow Gloss, Orange Gloss, and Red Gloss, which are blueberry-, kiwi-, mango-, orange-, and red velvet-flavored, relatively. Each doughnut costs 1500 Won (~$1.28 USD).

Though these gloss doughnuts are not new to Krispy Kreme, this is the first time they are being offered in a rainbow assortment. Krispy Kreme U.K., for example, only offers a Strawberry Gloss Doughnut.

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