Where do you get your favorite cider doughnuts?

The beloved fall treat is back.

Apple cider doughnuts from Red Apple Farm's stand in the Boston Public Market.
Apple cider doughnuts from Red Apple Farm's stand in the Boston Public Market. –Wendy Maeda / The Boston Globe

Fall is officially in full swing: Our weekends are filled with leaf peeping trips, local beer pros are brewing seasonal suds, and fall food festivals are still going strong. Throughout it all, cider doughnuts have found themselves back in the spotlight. Because what is fall in New England without bags of these sugary seasonal treats?

We’ve written a handful of cider doughnut guides in the last few years, from cider doughnut alternatives to where Blackbird Doughnuts head baker Anna Perna gets her favorite versions. But now we want to hear from you: Where do you score your seasonal haul? What are your favorite versions of New England’s unofficial (totally official) fall dessert? You might purchase them by the dozen at your favorite local bakery or plan a road trip around a farm that makes a seriously fantastic cider doughnut — wherever it is, we want to know about it.

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Share your tried-and-true favorites in the comments section below (or let us know on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram), including where you get them and what you love about this particular doughnut. We’ll publish a list of everyone’s recommendations so that we can all have the very best this season — because nobody deserves a bad cider doughnut.