2014年01月07日

Dominque Ansel Partners with Online Retailer to Make Cronuts Available Nationwide

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December Chocolate CronutIf all you want for Christmas is a bite of the most talked about food item to come out of 2013, then Santa may be able to fulfill your wish set up business. Dominique Ansel, the New York City-based bakery that started the cronut — a hybrid between a donut and a croissant — has partnered with Goldbely to make their treat accessible nationwide.

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According to the Huffington Post, the authentic cronut was made available on Friday, December 13 at 6 p.m. EST (quite a reasonable time compared to the 6 a.m. call time for those lining up at the bakery). The online food retailer offered the cronuts in batches — 2 to 20 at any given time. Each order was limited to two cronuts per user. The December flavor of the month — Valrhona chocolate Champagne with orange zest and gold dust — was offered.

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If you're worried that the cronuts will be stale by the time they arrive, Goldbely has you covered. The bakery spent months experimenting with methods and came up with a flash-freeze process that's used right after the cronuts are baked kowloon tourist attractions. "We realized so many of our fans were hand-carrying the cronut on planes to their family and friends, and wanted to find a better way for them this holiday season," said Dominique Ansel in a press release.

The flash sale ended this weekend, however the Huffington Post reports that more cronuts are expected to be available in the near future.

Is the cronut on your holiday wish list?
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