Krispy Kreme is opening a new store in Aberdeen's Union Square in September.
The transatlantic doughnut producers have been discussing the idea of an Aberdeen outlet for the last year.
Now the company have finally revealed a Krispy Kreme kiosk will open in Union Square on September 22, it is understood.
The news of the popular firm commencing operations in the north-east caused a massive amount of interest among the public in Aberdeen after advertising for staff in February.
And judging by the response from the firms fans, the pandemonium and packed crowds at the company's first Scottish store opening at Hermiston Gait in Edinburgh in 2013 may be matched in Aberdeen.
Judith Denby, the chief marketing officer at Krispy Kreme, said: “We’re excited to be bringing the joy of Krispy Kreme to Union Square this autumn.
“Union Square is a great location in the city and and we can’t wait to welcome shoppers and loyal Scottish fans in for doughnuts next month.”
Meanwhile, Ryan Manson, the general manager at Union Square, said: “We are incredibly excited about welcoming Krispy Kreme to Union Square.
"Who doesn’t love a Krispy Kreme doughnut?