PJ’s Coffee Brings a Taste of Mardi Gras to Locations Around the Country with Themed Beverages
PJ’s Coffee invites guests to ‘laissez les bon temps rouler’ with Mardi Gras-inspired flavors throughout Carnival season
NEW ORLEANS (press release) – All hail Carnival! PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans (PJ’s) is kicking off the Mardi Gras season with several carnival-inspired drinks: King Cake Crème, King Cake Latte, King Cake Protein Velvet Ice and Zulu Coconut Iced Mocha. The Mardi Gras beverages are available at all 100+ PJ’s locations now through the end of February or while supplies last.
“Mardi Gras may look different this year in New Orleans without parades, but PJ’s keeps the tradition of king cake flavored coffee alive throughout Carnival season,” says Felton Jones, PJ’s Coffee Roastmaster. “We welcome customers everywhere to enjoy a small taste of Mardi Gras with King Cake Crème, Latte and Protein Velvet Ice, as well as Zulu Coconut Iced Mocha.”
PJ’s Coffee of New Orleans Mardi Gras Flavors:
- King Cake Crème: King Cake cold brew concentrate steamed with milk and pure cane syrup and garnished with whipped cream.
- King Cake Latte: This Mardi Gras favorite is made with rich Espresso Dulce, 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.
All PJ’s Coffee locations feature a wide selection of beverages and food, including PJ’s Original Cold Brew™ Ice Coffee, direct trade coffees, frozen beverages, organic tea, freshly baked pastries, breakfast and lunch sandwiches. Customers can purchase PJ’s whole-bean coffee bags, single serve cups and PJ’s ready-to-drink Nitro coffee, allowing coffee-lovers to enjoy their favorite combinations from their own homes.