King Cake Reigns Supreme During Mardi Gras at PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans
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King Cake Reigns Supreme During Mardi Gras at PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans

The Royal Flavors of Cinnamon & Vanilla Return to the Lineup of Seasonal Favorites at Locations Nationwide

January 13, 2022 // Franchising.com // NEW ORLEANS - There is nothing King Cake can’t fix! PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans (PJ’s) spreads the spirit of Carnival with a selection of hot and cold seasonal beverages: King Cake Latte, King Cake Protein Velvet Ice, and Zulu Coconut Iced Mocha. Customers can enjoy a taste of the New Orleans tradition at all 145 locations nationwide, available now through Mardi Gras Day. Guests can also satisfy their sweet tooth - New Orleans style - with a slice of king cake, on the menu at select PJ’s locations across the country.

“As PJ’s continues to grow, we hope to share our unique New Orleans Mardi Gras traditions with guests across the country,” says Felton Jones, PJ’s Coffee Roastmaster. “Customers can savor the flavors of the Carnival season like the famed coconut throws from the Krewe of Zulu or hints of cinnamon found in traditional king cakes.”

PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans Mardi Gras Flavors:

  • King Cake Latte: This Mardi Gras favorite is made with rich Espresso Dolce, steamed milk, and flavors of vanilla and cinnamon, topped with whipped cream and purple sanding sugar.
  • King Cake Protein Velvet Ice: King Cake cold brew concentrate, skim milk, no sugar added vanilla powder, and protein powder blended to perfection.
  • Zulu Coconut Iced Mocha: The perfect indulgent drink to celebrate Mardi Gras. Our classic Viennese blend cold brew is paired with milk, Hershey's syrup and coconut concentrate served over ice.

PJ’s Coffee serves a complete line of espresso-based beverages using only the top 1% of Arabica beans, as well as organic tea and fresh baked pastries and desserts. The gourmet coffee is small-batched roasted, sourced from 14 origins from Sumatra to Ethiopia and Colombia to Papua New Guinea. The brand is also focused on direct trade, working with adopted farms Finca Terrerito in Honduras and Agua Fresca in Nicaragua.

SOURCE PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans

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