Sip then eat this cup-shaped, sugar raised doughnut filled with Nutella, espresso and a splash of steamed milk. Find it at Rebellion Doughnuts in Noblesville.
The home of the Espresso Nutella Doughnut shop brings its wildly creative donuts to Indy City Market
If you first tried the Espresso Nutella Doughnut Shot at Indy City Market and then cried when you heard that you’d have to drive all the way to Noblesville if you ever wanted to taste it again, you’ll be happy to hear that Rebellion Doughnuts is bringing that doughnut and more to Indy City Market.
From the beginning, those heady days when Rebellion owners test-marketed the cup-shaped, sugar-raised doughnut smeared with Nutella and filled with hot espresso at City Market, they promised the shop would eventually land Downtown.
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People lined up early for the doughnut every time Rebellion announced a City Market pop-up in early 2018. Some days, just 50 Espresso Nutella Doughnut Shots were available. In less than an hour, they’d all be gone.
By August, Rebellion owners opened their Noblesville shop, 17677 Cumberland Road, where they perfected the Espresso Nutella Doughnut Shot and lots of other craft doughnuts like the Everything Bagel Doughnut sandwiching sweet cream cheese filling and a coconut caramel doughnut hit with chocolate ganache in a play on the Samoa Girl Scout cookie.
A Creamsicle-inspired doughnut is filled with vanilla cream and slathered with orange frosting containing bits of real orange.
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That’s the thing with Rebellion. Bakers make every part of the shop’s unusual and traditional doughnuts from scratch.
When the City Market location opens, maybe as soon as late January, Rebellion will serve 20 different doughnuts there, baked fresh daily, as well as drip coffee, co-owner Dave Pumphrey said.
“Chances are low that the Espresso Nutella Doughnut Shot will be there on Day 1,” Pumphrey said. “It might take a couple of weeks to have that one.”
He and business partner John Manley, attorneys who also run Copper Still Kitchen & Bar in Noblesville, are still in the process of obtaining the $10,000 espresso machine required to make the doughnut and training staff to quickly and deftly produce the complex all-in-one-breakfast masterpiece.
Rebellion at City Market will be in the center isle across from Grecian Garden and near the Market Street Entrance. Once the stand running smoothly, Pumphrey said he and Manely will work on their next location. Mass Ave., Fountain Square, Broad Ripple and areas near colleges are on their radars.
“Our plan is to take over Indianapolis in five years,” Pumphrey said.
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