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We just love J.Co Donuts; we think it offers one of the best gourmet donuts in Manila. It is best to eat them fresh from the store and best paired with their signature Jcoccino coffee.

If you are still clueless about J.Co donuts, read on to find out more about the J.Co Way…

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I was impressed that an Indonesian donut franchise was able to go head to head with the American donut franchises in Manila by combining the best of the West with Asian feel and flavors.

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It’s cool to hang out in J.Co with the very young and artistic vibe in most of their stores.

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I love the way each donut is prepared by hand, the artisan way.

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J.Coffee Menu | J.Co Donuts and J. Club Donut Sandwich | J.Cool Fat Free Frozen Yogurt

For dine-in, I always recommend eating the donut or donut sandwich of your choice with their signature coffee drinks.

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J.Co Donuts (1 dozen – P350).

It’s best to experience J.Co with a group of friends so that you can order an assorted dozen. That way, you get to try a variety of flavors. 🙂

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J.Co Donuts (1/2 dozen – P230).

If you are planning to give it away, make sure to keep it in 18oC cool temperature first and then just re-heat to enjoy.

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★ Al Capone. J.Co’s signature product, where white Belgian chocolate meets crunchy Californian almonds! Recipe from Rome, almonds from California, white chocolate from Belgium, whereas the donut is originally created in Indonesia.

This is J.Co’s signature donut and our favorite, too! We love the soft, chewy and sticky donut texture and the balance of sweetness with the crunchiness of the almonds.

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★ J.Club Cheezy Rich (P45/each). Donut Sandwich with Cheese on top.

My second favorite is the ensaymada-looking donut (which is actually a cheese-top donut sandwich). 🙂

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Funilla Glaze. Have more fun with every mouthful of creamy vanilla filling inside our special honey-glazed, soft-bite donut.

Also, try the honey-glazed donut for simplicity of taste. The creamy vanilla filling is a bit too sweet, though.

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For an Asian flavor, try the donuts or coffee with Avocado. A nice innovation!

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★ Jcoccino (120z – P115). J.Co’s Signature Cappuccino.

Two thumbs up for their Jcoccino — from the people serving it, to the delicately crafted presentation, to the flavor that complements their donuts very well.

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Jcoccino Frappe (Uno 12oz – P135).

I prefer the hot drinks over their Frappe version. 🙁

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My wife loves J.Co!

Tip: It is best to eat your donut in the resto. The flavors just aren’t the same anymore when you take it out.

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The thoughtful quotations on the napkins were also a nice touch for that overall branded experience.

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Thanks to J.Co donuts for coming to Manila! I think it’s great how Asian franchises are popping up in the metro. 🙂

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P.S. What’s your favorite J.Co Donut?