Doughnut Dirigible News:  This blimp now serves desserts all across Inisfree's upper hemisphere.
Doughnut Dirigible
Doughnut Dirigible Nest:

The Doughnut Dirigible, jokingly referred to as 'Inisfree's D.D.'; a play on 'designated driver' due to the nature of this mobile restaurant, is Inisfree's main dessert specialty shop.  Built into a custom blimp, this restaurant floats around the city, docking just outside the tops of the tallest buildings, such as the skyscrapers of Sotu, Liberty High School, and the Bed & Breakfast Spire.​

Menu Categories:
All of the following types of desserts are made from scratch in this flying dessert outlet:
  • angel-food
  • banana breads
  • 'bear claws' (almond paste filled croissant form)
  • brownies
  • cakes
  • candied apples
  • candy canes
  • Candy Corn
  • cheesecakes
  • chocolate bars
  • chocolate fountains
  • chocolate mousse
  • chocolatier items
  • cinnamon rolls
  • cookies
  • cotton candy
  • cream horns
  • cupcakes
  • danishes​
  • ​​doughnuts
  • funnel cakes
  • gelati (varieties of gelato)
  • gingerbread houses
  • hot chocolate / cocoa
  • ice cream bowls & cones (edible; sugar, waffle, etc.)
  • ice creams, ice-cream bars (Snickers, etc. (as well as the Snickers ice cream cones)), & ice-cream cookies (giant Oreo, etc.)
  • ice cream sundaes
  • macaroons
  • marshmallows
  • milkshakes
  • muffins​
  • pancakes & crepes
  • pastries
  • pie crusts
  • pies​
  • popsicles (fresh fruit and juice varieties; orange juice, etc.)
  • poundcakes
  • profiteroles
  • Rice Krispies treats
  • root-beer floats
  • s'mores
  • slushies / icies
  • smoothies
  • snow-cones
  • soft-serve yogurts
  • tarts
  • truffles
  • waffles (Belgian, etc.)
  • wedding-style cakes

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The Doughnuts Dirigible is now more accurately called the Desserts Dirigible, but we kept its original name from when it was just an idea for a floating little bakery for doughnuts. It has since expanded a Lot :)
blimp. no more hydrogen used. and it looks like a sprinkle doughnut, not an ellipse