Atlanta

Mochibees opens in Duluth with a wide variety of mochi doughnuts – Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta, Georgia 2021-10-22 13:16:23 –

Mochibee

Photo by Lia Picard

Are there any restrictions on the method Many donut shops Can I have a metropolitan area?Especially if the latest ones are cute and colorful Mochibee.. Mochibees, which specializes in mochi donuts, plans to open its first location on 3780 Old Norcross Road in Duluth this weekend. There are also places to come to Draville soon.

For beginners, mochi donuts are made from mochi rice flour. Donuts made from mochi tend to have a rich, chewy texture and a crispy appearance (especially when they come out of the fryer). “In Taiwanese, we call it“ qq, ”which is basically a chewy texture,” says food enthusiast and creator Michael Tran behind his Instagram account. Yuki loves food.. “Fried bread is still familiar, but it has a crunchy, almost sticky texture that is very typical of Asian desserts such as rice cakes and bova (made of tapioca).” I’m excited to have a mochi donut shop in Atlanta, and I remember the size of the deal when bubble tea first came to Atlanta in the 1980s and soon became popular.

Mochibee Duluth
Assortment from Mochibees

Photo by Lia Picard

Mochibees will be the first shop of its kind in Metro Atlanta.Some bakeries, such as Midtown’s Momo Cafe Mochi donutsHowever, there are no physical stores that specialize only in these treats.But more mochi donut shops are coming — national chains of mochi nuts are planning to open some Location of Metro Atlanta soon.

Mochi donuts It has a slightly complicated history. They were probably invented in Japan and sold by the Mister Donut chain. In the United States Liliha Bakery Poi (mashed potato) mochi donuts became popular in Honolulu. And now, mainly thanks to Instagram, they are now a global sensation.

Mochibee Duluth
Mochibee

Photo by Lia Picard

Mochibees donuts are shaped in a style that is widespread among social media giants. The donut holes stick together to form a large flower-shaped ring. Some bakeries literally stick dough balls together to make mochi donuts, but stores such as Mochi Bee have special machines that extrude the dough to increase efficiency.

With turquoise walls and balloon gum pink benches, you’ll find donuts in a variety of flavors, including Biskov, Fruity Pebble, Peanut Butter and Jelly, and Matcha Oreo. There are indoor seats available to enjoy those donuts, or you can bring them with you.

Back to top button