Celebrate Mardi Gras Community Coffee

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While I wish that we could head to New Orleans for Mardi Gras, it just is not in the cards to do so at this time.  That does not mean that we can not have a good time and celebrate on our own at home.  We were lucky that one year Marc's oldest came to visit and he brought us a King Cake from back home.  We have YET to find one that tastes anything like them here.  Yes, we do buy one anyways, as it is tradition...  that reminds me, Broxton is the one responsible for buying one this year, as he found the baby last time! Hope he has his money ready to get one!  

As I said, we can't go back to N.O. to enjoy, but I was able to bring a little New Orleans flavor here for us!!! How did I do that?  Well, Community Coffee has released a LIMITED TIME flavored coffee , King Cake Flavored!  It has a hint of vanilla and a hint of cinnamon. I think it tastes great and I have noticed Marc has been asking for coffee more than normal!  

Mardi Gras Top 10 Countdown
(from Community Coffee) 
It’s time to put your revelry shoes on and celebrate. The origins of Mardi Gras in New Orleans can be traced to medieval Europe, passing through Rome and Venice to evolve into the ornately-costumed festivities we see today. There’s a lot of tradition and heritage that have helped to produce the Mardi Gras scene as it’s currently celebrated. So here are our top ten good things to know to enjoy Mardi Gras like a native. 
Number 10
How to spell“krewe” and “flambeaux” and “Mardi Gras” and, well, you get the point.
Number 9 
Technically, Carnivale is a season, and Mardi Gras is a day.But we tend to generalize and refer to the weeks of parades leading up to Fat Tuesday as Mardi Gras. 
Number 8 
The Mardi Gras colors are purple, green and gold. Remember to coordinate your outfit appropriately.
Number 7
The Captain of the Krewe is more important than the King. But the King gets all the glory, while the Captain does all the work.
Number 6
If you miss a doubloon thrown from a float, never reach down to pick it up. Always put your foot on it. If you go with your hand, you're either too late or you'll get your fingers stepped on.
Number 5
If you bite into a plastic baby in a King Cake, that's a good thing. 
Number 4
 Any beads shorter than two feet long are unacceptable unless they are made of glass--the bigger and longer the beads, the better.
Number 3 
Once any beads have touched the ground,they are sullied and should not be picked up unless under the rarest of circumstances.

Number 2
The vast majority of people in the French Quarter during Carnivale are from out of town.  
Number 1
The Number 1 thing you must know about Mardi Gras season is that Community©Mardi Gras King Cake coffee hits the shelves. We suggest you celebrate with the “king” of all flavored coffees, our delicious Mardi Gras King Cake coffee with light vanilla and cinnamon flavoring. For a limited time you can have your cake ... and drink it, too
Are you a fan of King Cake??


  1. We still have an old school coffee pot. We're waiting for it to die before we get one of these.

  2. Their last limited edition flavor made me very happy. When it went off of the shelves I missed it so (bread pudding). I'll have to seek this one out.


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