Seems like I'm always hungry again an hour after I eat a donut. Breakfast places almost never make money off me as my small bowl of oatmeal and coffee made at home almost always makes me happy and full until noon. I'm not much of a coffee snob either. I have some good German Roast coffee bought at Aldi's cheap which always tastes good to me.
The problem with Dunkin Donuts is the fact that almost none of them make their doughnuts fresh anymore. They are delivered to the shop frozen and just thrown in an oven to warm up. There is nothing, imo, like a nice fresh doughnut and a good cup of coffee in the morning. I eat doughnuts maybe once a month, so, I'll be damned though if I'm going to waste those calories on a pre-cooked then warmed up doughnut. I'm lucky there is a doughnut shop just down the street from me that does it the old fashioned way. They start with flour, mix everything up, fry it, then present you with a good fresh doughnut.
And their coffee is such a big deal to people because it's loaded with caffeine. I read an article one day and of all the major brands sampled. Dunkin had the highest caffeine content by a long shot. It's kind of funny too. I still drink Mountain Dew and a lot of other coffee, but Dunkin coffee is the only thing that will actually set me off. It's the only thing I've ever drank where I can actually feel what the caffeine is doing to me, and it's not good.
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