America’s donut excess - from the $1000 golden circle to a stoners' dream
The Golden Cristal Ube Donut The Manila Social Club presents their infamous gold-ube donut, adorned with icing made with Cristal champagne and filled with an ube mousse, champagne jelly, and covered with 24k Gold. $100 per donut. For more information or to inquire about placing an order, please go to www.ManilaSocialClub.com. #manilasocialclub#williamsburg#newyears#ube#filipinofood#pinoyfood#donuts#goldleaf#champagne#doughnuts#nyc#f52grams#newforkcity#eatmunchies#eeeeeats#cristal#bubbly#bestrestaurants#cheflife#feastagram#buzzfeedfood#filipinofoodmovement#huffposttaste#forkyeah#feedfeed#tastingtable#eater#zagat#dessert#richdessert
The donut is covered in 24 karat gold flake icing made with Cristal champagne. It is filled with ube mousse and champagne jelly.
Manilla Social Club is known for its ube donuts, made from purple yams, for $40 per dozen.
"Ooo-beh beh beh beh" is what I sang in my head when I ate these glorious ube donuts from @manilasocialclub and also how I imagine my dad singing Salt-n-Pepa's "Push It" in his Filipino accent 😂💜🍩 Seriously though these ube donuts were one of the best things I ate in 2015, a fine-tuned, light as air Filipino version of a French cruller. Stay tuned for a couple more 2015 highlights! #purpleswag #indulgenteats #americasbestbreakfasts
“The reason that gold leaf and Cristal were added was because I love all different champagnes,” ower Bjorn DelaCruz told First We Feast.
DelaCruz wanted to make something to celebrate the New Year and wasn’t expecting people to order so many. “But then again, it is New York, and there are people willing to put down a grand for a dozen donuts,” he said.
If you choose to try a $100 donut, DelaCruz will hand deliver it anywhere in the tristate area. “I understand you’re spending money on this. I want you to know it’s not just my assistant making these. I take pride in this, and to me it’s a piece of art.”
This isn’t the first $100 donut. Dolicious Donuts in British Columbia created a $100 donut of edible diamonds, 24 karat gold flakes, wine, and ‘luxury water’ brand Bling H20 to celebrate its re-opening in June.
Come see our $100 donut on display at Dolicious you can also order one and all profit goes to the Emmanuel Soup kitchen in west Kelowna the $100 donut has an aged balsamic vinegar infused in the chocolate H20 Bling water infused in the dough an aged 2003 Ice wine from rolling dale winery and 24karat gold flakes and edible Diamonds if you have any questions let one of our friendly staff know and they will be happy to help :) #DoliciousDonuts #Donuts #Coffee #H20Blingwater #Blingwater #wine #gold #vinegar #diamonds
Krispy Kreme created a $1000 donut in 2014, to celebrate National Donut Week.
Made from Dom Perignon, the donut was gilded in 24 karat gold leaf and dusted with 23 karat dust and edible diamonds. It also came with a free cocktail made with 500-year-old Courvoisier and 2002 Dom Perignon, so it was a bargain really.
Krispy Kreme deluxe doughnut costs a staggering £1,000 price tag or $1684 pic.twitter.com/jlm0lPMlzG— Expensive (@EXPENSlVE) July 1, 2014
As you stumble further down the internet’s donut hole, a whole world of bizarre donuts can be found.
What about bacon adorned babies from Gourdoughs, Texas.
The Dead Elvis from Psycho Donuts, California. Inspired by the King, the donut is filled with custard and topped with bananas, peanut butter & jelly, and bacon.
The Devil’s Death Dance from Dallas’ Hypnotic Donuts features jalapeno, habanero, ghost pepper icing and some cayenne.
The donut shop holds a World’s Spiciest Donut-Eating contest.
Dank Donuts create much loved weed donuts, allowing stoners to get high and satisfy their munchies in one delicious bite.