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People are going mad for this Dublin café's rainbow 'unicorn' donuts

We suspect the city has hit peak donut.

Watching the rugby today, pick up a box of your favourite donuts 3,6 or 12. Come on Ireland!

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IS THIS A sign that Dublin has finally reached Peak Donut? Maybe.

Over the past few months, the internet has been going mad for these elaborate ‘unicorn cakes’:

Now, they have been donut-ified by this Dublin café.

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Over the past few weeks, Offbeat Donuts has been testing out the Unicorn donut – it has rainbow layers and is topped with marshmallow ‘fluff’, pop rocks, and a tiny unicorn horn.

As you can imagine, people are not into rainbow unicorn donuts. At all. There was absolutely no excitement over these whatsoever:

🦄 🍩 #donut #donuts #unicorndonut #unicorn #sweettooth #food #foodporn #offbeatdonuts

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It's just a UNICORN DONUT no big deal 🦄🦄🦄 #unicorn #donut #offbeatdonuts

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Who doesn't want a unicorn donut of a Tuesday from @offbeatdonuts #offbeatdonuts

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The popularity of the donuts means they’re now a weekly feature – but if you want to sample one, know that they’re only available on Mondays and Tuesdays.

For magical unicorn reasons, we expect.

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