be excited friends Fans: A Central Perk Coffeehouse Comes To Life!
The new cafe, inspired by the NBC sitcom that ran from 1994 to 2004, will open its first location sometime in 2023, according to a new report from persons uncovered.
The project is a collaboration between Warner Bros. Themed Entertainment and CenPer Holdings, LLC, made up of coffee and food experts; including top chef Judge Tom Colicchio.
Warner Bros. issued a statement to the outlet, announcing that the Central Perk Coffeehouse will be “infused with the same heart soul as the iconic setting” where Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), Monica (Courtney Cox), Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow), Joey (Matt LeBlanc), Horse (David Schwimmer) and Chandler (Matthew Perry) known to have hung out throughout the 10 season series.
“Central Perk Coffeehouse will be a place for fans (and friends) to slow down and gather over great coffee and food,” the studio added.
Chef Colicchio also expressed his hopes for the upcoming project, stating, “Our goal with this partnership and the Central Perk brand is, like all my food and beverage businesses, to secure the best ingredients and then provide superior products and services for a great customer experience.”
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But the new café isn’t the only thing waking up friends Fans, as a new line of coffee products inspired by the popular show will also be available online starting Wednesday, the outlet reports.
The new line offers three available blends to choose from, all based on clever quotes from the hit series; including “How are you?” medium roast blend, the medium to dark roast “Pivot Blend” coffee and the dark roast “We Were on a Coffee Break” blend.
Corresponding persons, the coffee is sold as a customizable coffee subscription, as a curated multi-blend sampler pack, or individually. They will also be available in whole bean and ground formats, as well as in compostable K-Cup single-serving capsules.
To make the news even sweeter, the first 6,000 subscribers to Central Perk Coffee will receive a free limited edition collector’s tin of “How You Doing?” which are individually numbered.
According to the report, Central Perk Coffee is also “sustainably sourced, produced and packaged using responsible environmental practices.”
Cheers to all of this!
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