McDonald’s will be sourcing its latest bakery item through an unorthodox partnership. Beginning Wednesday, October 26, the fast food giant is teaming up with another major foodservice brand, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, to sell the chain’s doughnuts at nine locations in Louisville, Kentucky.

Krispy Kreme’s doughnuts will be delivered to participating McDonald’s locations daily and can be purchased either individually or in six packs in-restaurant and drive thru only. Flavors will include:

  • The Original Glazed Doughnut
  • The Chocolate Iced with Sprinkles Doughnut
  • The Raspberry Filled Doughnut

McDonald’s hopes to attract new morning customers with its limited test run of Krispy Kreme doughnuts. Krispy Kreme already sells doughnuts it makes in-store to third-party locations such as convenience stores.

“McDonald’s is always looking for ways to give our fans more of what they crave, and we often conduct tests to inform future menu decisions,” McDonald’s says in a statement. “This small-scale test will help us understand how offering new bakery items like Krispy Kreme could impact operations in our restaurants.”