The doughnut journey continues, after a brief pause for non-doughnut related activities.
The time has come for me to visit this fan favorite (to be clear, I’ve been here several times before… but I went again today).
I should say that I was expecting to be unimpressed by their offerings. Voodoo’s whole thing is the experience and the wackiness, which I like, but I like a very good doughnut more.
I ordered a Maple Cream and a Glazed (and a few doughnuts for other people):
Here’s the shocker: the maple cream was really good. So good, I ate the whole thing before taking a handheld pic. Oops! It was a little too sweet, but I can forgive it that. I had thought that it would be filled with maple cream, which probably would have been too much of a good thing. It is, however, filled with Bavarian cream which is the right choice.
The glazed doughnut, on the other hand, was very disappointing. I ate the whole thing so it couldn’t have been that bad… but it was sort of bland and unmemorable.
It certainly didn’t live up to Voodoo’s branding. I mean, this guy wouldn’t condone bland doughnuts:
My verdict on Voodoo remains the same: they are pretty good but certainly not worth waiting more than 5 minutes for.