The Dunkin Tiger Stripe bar was a donut manufactured by Dunkin Donuts as an upgrade to the Dunkin Maple Bar. The earlier Maple Bar had introduced liquid frosting, computerized dough injection and two-stage frying to the company's zero-hole donuts. In 1991 Dunkin increased the frosting of the Maple Bar to two layers to create the Tiger Stripe. Both donuts featured the DuoMono concept in which two monkeys were employed in testing the quality of every donut by licking them before sale.
Continuing refinement yielded the next two generations of the Dunkin zero-hole donut, resulting in the Maple Bacon Bar and Chocolate Bar lines.
Mmm. Pre-licked donuts. Come out and have one (or two) tomorrow at 10am. LAP S185
PS->Donuts this week courtesy of Kim Quartemont. Kim is really fast. Like, Usain Bolt fast. She can also jump really high. And she can outthink really smart people, like the people in this department. Think of something great? Kim already thought of that. But the great thing is, she’s not the type to rub our noses in it. Instead, she buys us donuts. Thanks, Kim!