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Krispy Kreme to open at Liverpool ONE

Doughnuts, coffee and sharing with friends

Published on April 11th 2011.

Krispy Kreme to open at Liverpool ONE

THERE'S nothing comparable to that first bite of a melt-in-your-mouth doughnut.

If you want to treat yourself, give your team a lift, or put a big smile on your kids’ faces, the ultimate one-stop-shop has to be Krispy Kreme. >From Friday 15 April, the city will be getting sweeter with the opening of Liverpool ONE’s new Krispy Kreme Kiosk on Paradise Street.

The signature Original Glazed doughnut is ever popular, but if you’re after something more colourful, there are 15 other delicious varieties to choose from. You can buy doughnuts individually, or get the true Krispy Kreme experience by taking a dozen in the iconic green dotty box.

Famous for its launch campaigns, Krispy Kreme has been hitting the streets of Liverpool, delivering surprise boxes to grateful offices, shoppers and students around the city. To get the full Krispy Kreme experience, make sure you get down to the Krispy Kreme kiosk opening at 10am on 15 April in Liverpool ONE. Stay updated on all the launch day activities at Facebook or Twitter.

Confidential has a year’s supply of doughnuts to give away to one lucky reader. To enter the competition, click here.

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