Every year in New Orleans, the Louisiana locals and tourists gather together to celebrate one of the jolliest holidays in the world, Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras can be traced back to medieval Europe when the French, Romans, and Venetians would host carnivals to celebrate Fat Tuesday, a Christian holiday that is celebrated each January. New Orleans might not have been the first city to host Mardi Gras, but they have certainly catapulted it into the spotlight. Even if you can’t book a flight to New Orleans in time for the raucous celebrations, you can host your own Mardi Gras party at home with the help of delicious candy. Candy Warehouse offers a wide selection of Mardi Gras candy, so you can decorate with green, purple, and yellow at the forefront of your color scheme or theme. Explore our selection today!
When Lent is just around the corner, it’s time to let the good times roll. Find delectable treats and treats by shopping from our selection of Mardi Gras candy for your next event or party. Mardi Gras and masks go together like peanut butter and jelly, so don’t forget to stock up on candy masks for your guests. Each candy mask provides a fabulous grape flavor, and the long wooden sticks make it easy to create an elegant candy display or dessert table. We also offer masquerade piñatas that you and your guests can bash until they break, letting treats rain down.
Satisfy your bubbling desire for an adult beverage by exploring our wide variety of liquor-filled chocolates and treats. Our selection of alcoholic chocolates includes mouthwatering morsels made by Anthon Berg®, Bailey’s®, Jack Daniel’s®, Jim Beam®, Jose Cuervo®, Remy Martin®, and other bestselling brands. Jelly Belly® heard your cries and created jelly beans that taste just like champagne or draft beer. We also carry a selection of cocktail rim sugar in assorted flavors, such as berry, coconut, cranberry, mango, margarita, peppermint, and more. Short on supplies for your party? Never fear, because we have plastic glasses and candy containers.
Laissez les bon temps rouler! We are confident you can find everything you need in our Mardi Gras candy collection. In addition to chocolates, jelly beans, and cocktail sugar, we also provide gummy shot glasses, foiled milk chocolate coins, lollipops, buttermint creams, flavored cotton candy, fruit chews, hard candy, and so much more. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us today for additional information or further assistance.
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The office was abuzz. Rumor had it that the party planning committee, headed by newly appointed president Lydia Longley, was considering a new annual Mardi Gras party. Inside the conference room, however, tension filled the air…
"No way," said the stern party planning treasurer, Sarah Stern, "We should be eliminating parties from our budget, not adding new ones."
"Well, I think it would really boost morale around here. And as a New Orleans native, February just wouldn’t feel right without a Mardi Gras party!" Lydia cried excitedly.
The others around the room nodded in agreements, and soft-spoken administrative assistant Rick Applebee jumped in with a suggestion.
"Perhaps we could have a Mardi Gras party instead of a Groundhog Day party. Who remembers Groundhog Day anyways?"
Sarah Stern was enraged by this idea. Shes gave Rick her not-nicest look, which was very not-nice. Rick averted his eyes and loosened his tie nervously.
"Groundhog Day is a natural phenomenon, a historical tradition. I’ll get rid of Christmas before I get rid of Groundhog’s Day!"
The others responded only with a strange look. Sarah Stern’s face turned red with embarrassment as she cleared her throat and spoke again.
"Anyways, no one is getting rid of Christmas. OR Groundhog’s Day. If you want to have a Mardi Gras party, go ahead. But I’m only authorizing money for food and refreshments. No decorations."
"No problem." Lydia said with a smile.
The next week it was Fat Tuesday, and the staff walked in to a fabulous Mardi Gras celebration. Beaded candy necklaces were draped over each cubicle; with a bag of Mardi Gras chocolate coins on each desk. Purple and green Hershey Kisses hung from the ceiling, while gold bulk candy lined the tables. Candy dishes throughout the office were filled with refreshing Mardi Gras buttermints!
When Sarah Stern walked in, Lydia quickly assured her:
"It’s all edible. And we’re still coming in way under budget." Sarah smiled, which was rare.
Still smiling, Sarah gently asked, "Perhaps you know of a source for candy groundhogs? I’ve been searching for years."