World-famous bakery chain Cinnabon has revealed new stores could be up and running in Victoria and New South Wales within the next six months.
The US-based dessert outlet will open its first outlet in Brisbane on December 14 and while the focus will be on Queensland first, expansion isn’t out of the question.
According to franchise owner Gaurav Bansal, the business is keen to respond to customer demand by offering stores nationwide.
‘Cinnabon is in demand in every state, and we have every intention of having a presence around Australia,’ Mr Bansal told Daily Mail Australia.
Cinnabon will throw open the doors to its first Australian store on December 14 and has revealed three flavours set to appear on its menu
‘We’ve been overwhelmed with enquiries from potential franchisees and lessors in every state so we will get there.
‘We just want to first get Queensland up and running seamlessly.’
The exciting news also comes with a sneak peek of three flavours set to feature on the new store’s menu.
The baked treats are known the world over and are a hit because they are freshly baked in-store and use the tastiest ingredients
The tasty offerings will naturally include Cinnabon’s classic Makara cinnamon roll as well as Chocobon and Caramel Pecanbon flavours.
The treats will be available in mini and large sizes and on offer in takeout ‘Cinnapacks’ of four.
Franchise owner Guarav Bansal said he believes the popularity of the baked goods comes in part from the brand’s commitment to making the treats on-site along with its use of Makara cinnamon and cream cheese frosting.
‘Many have tried to imitate these special baked treats but they’re impossible to replicate due to each unique ingredient,’ he told Daily Mail Australia.
While fans of the chain have been petitioning the franchise owners to open stores across the nation, the focus will be on Queensland for the next six months
It’s no secret the brand has a massive following, and to cater to this Cinnabon will open a second store in Mt Gravatt, Brisbane, in January 2020.
However, dessert lovers across Australia want more and have been petitioning the chain with the hopes it will reveal when other stores might also open in their states.
‘When is a store coming to Melbourne preferably Watergardens shopping centre or Highpoint thanks,’ wrote one person on Cinnabon’s 15,000 strong Facebook page.
While another said: Why not start in New South Wales. We do have a bigger population in a more concentrated area. When will one be opened in Sydney?’