Very nice, pretty authentic risen yeast doughnut, dipped in powdered sugar with a faint supporting note of generic 'red fruit' jammy filling (Basically it's ZEPPOLA plus berry jam). The jammy filling isn't particularly distinct as any particular fruit, but despite its artificial nature, is inoffensive, staying mostly in the back, and easily coaxed in the direction of a definite berry by the tiny addition of another flavour. The doughnut itself is extremely realistic, with the powdered sugar, the fried exterior, and the fluffy, bready interior notes all distinctly identifiable and well balanced. No off flavours at all from this, not even a hint of play-do, (like I do get from CAP GLAZED DONUT), so this is an excellent base for a doughnut recipe for play-do tasters. Actually, it's a good stand alone doughnut . Only drawback is, it has a fairly narrow range of useability - the doughnut doesn't really come through properly until you hit 2.5%, and then it begins muting itself if you go much above 3%. 3% is the sweet spot for this.
Is a flavour that can make a recipe if used correctly