Gin Donuts!

Gin Donuts!

The Rolling Donut, best known for serving deliciously sweet donuts from its iconic kiosk on O’Connell Street, introduces two gin infused donuts to all stores celebrating their Ruby Birthday. Expect bursts of lime mascarpone, strawberry fillings and elderflower glazes with floral gin undertones.

For four decades The Rolling Donut has been creating Dublin’s finest artisan donuts and so to celebrate 40 years in business they have teamed up with award-winning Bloom Floral Gin for these limited edition creations.

Bloom Floral Gin was created by Joanne Moore – the first female gin master in the world. Joanne is originally from Wexford and her gin draws on inspiration from nature, Bloom’s botanicals are carefully blended to create a distinctively delicate, fresh and floral gin. The perfect combination of flavour. The donuts promise to compliment both the floral falvours of the gin and the signature filled donuts we know and love.

“We love doing collaborations and Bloom Floral Gin was the perfect summery fit. It’s something I’ve been working on for quite some time now with my bakers and I can’t wait for our customers to try them,” says Lisa Quinlan owner of The Rolling Donut.

Now the lowdown on these irresistible Gin Donut offerings:

First up is the Gin, Lime, and Elderflower flavour – a donut filled with a light and gin and lime mascarpone topped with a delicious fresh gin lime and elderflower glaze.

Next is the Strawberry Gin flavour – gin infused strawberry mascarpone with a pink sourdough base with a strawberry and gin infused icing, a real taste of summer!

The Rolling Donut was founded four decades ago by Michael Quinlan with his daughter Lisa taking the reins in recent years expanding the range to sourdough and vegan donuts to four outlets across Dublin city.

Price: €2.50

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