Coming Soon: The Donut Experiment (Greenville, SC)


Ooo…a ‘custom donut shop’? In Greenville? Aw yeah.

Check out this awesomeness:

The Doughnut Experiment presents its deliciously fried treats in a little bit of a different way. The shop is set up to allow guests to create their own flavors. You start with a base of a freshly made, fried to order cake doughnut, choose your frosting and then choose a topping.

The Greenville shop will follow the same format, allowing customers to come in and create their own favorites. The store will feature five different icings: vanilla, glazed, maple, chocolate and caramel and a bountiful list of toppings from sea salt and Oreos to various candy bar bits, nuts and even Fruity Pebbles.

They will be open in September:

The Donut Experiment will open on Augusta Road around Labor Day, according to local owner, Terri Klaeser. The unique shop will not only be the first location in South Carolina, but will be the first franchise location for the Anna Maria, Florida-based company.

The Donut Experiment will be located at 2123 Augusta Rd., Greenville

You can read the full article here.

So go get your donut fan hat on!


7 thoughts on “Coming Soon: The Donut Experiment (Greenville, SC)

  1. Paul

    I stopped by the new location this morning and saw through the windows that construction is still ongoing though no one was on site when I was there.

    1. Tip Monkey Post author

      I’m never on Augusta Rd area so not 100% sure where it is. Will it be closer to downtown or opposite end of Augusta?

  2. Terri

    Sorry for the delay, but work is finally under way.
    The location is at the corner of Faris and Augusta.
    In no time, we will be serving fresh, cake donuts with many choices of toppings! Great coffee too.

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