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Food Review: Cinnabon satisfies all five senses

Fresh Minibon bought from the Outlets of Oshkosh.
AJ Elm
Fresh Minibon bought from the Outlets of Oshkosh.

Cinnabon in Oshkosh offers many  menu items from sweet cinnamon rolls to savory salted soft pretzels. Cinnabon is definitely not just a treat but an experience. When customers walk through the doors of Cinnabon they get hit with the delightfully sweet and light aroma of the desserts. Walking up to the heated display case of sweet, warm, and gooey treats, a trained worker will assist with details about the product, and find what is best suited for the customer. The locations offer many different sizes and variations of cinnamon rolls, appealing to customers’ variety of tastes. The worker will then package your cinnamon rolls and send you off with a smile. This experience will make the customers feel welcome and enjoyable due to the friendly connection from the workers. Once purchased, this mouth watering experience will make you want to come back for more. 

The heated soft dessert is drizzled with frosting and filled with cinnamon and sugar. The treat falls apart and can be eaten with the optional dipping frosting included with the purchase. This pastry is not too overpowering and the flavors work very well together. The cinnabon experience is well worth it and is very affordable. This medium sized cinnabon is $4.89 and definitely satisfies customers’ taste buds. rating: 5/5.

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AJ Elm
AJ Elm, Social Media Manager
AJ Elm is a junior at Berlin High School. He loves to meet new people, play golf, travel, and play soccer in his spare time. He is really enthusiastic about what he does and is looking forward to spending his final two years as a reporter for the Red’n’Green.