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May 2, 2016

Kulu Kulu to Open at Royal Hawaiian Center - First 100 Customers on May 12 Receive a Cooler Bag with Purchase

In Japanese, Kulu Kulu means "round and round," which is an accurate description the pastry brand's success--on an upward spiral. Moreover, with the opening of Kulu Kulu's third location at Royal Hawaii Center's Paina Lanai mid-May, it doesn't seem like the confectionary store will be slowing its roll anytime soon.

The ever popular Japanese pastry shop is rolling out a new concept exclusive to the Waikiki store: soft serve ice cream with two locally-sourced flavors. The "Maui Vanilla Bean" from Maui and "Kona Coffee" using 100% Kona Coffee from Big Island are sure to be a hit—but a mix of the two flavors in the "Hawaiian Twist" is set to be in high demand.
Soft Serve Ice Cream
The newest shop will also feature Honolulu Bake Shop by Kulu Kulu with Maui Vanilla Custard Pudding and Kona Coffee Pudding. Also made available is the Honolulu Banana—a miniature fluffy dessert omelet confection made of locally sourced apple-banana topped with chocolate or plain cream and wrapped in a sponge cake.

Other sure hits include favorite Kulu Kulu cafĂ© items such as jelly drinks. A new jelly drink, "Tropical Lemonade Jelly"—a refreshing balance of sweet and tart in jelly drink form—will make its debut. With the expansion of Waikiki largest food court, customers will have plenty of room to relax and enjoy a sweet treat from Kulu Kulu's newest location.

Perhaps the best news of all, however, is that Kulu Kulu at Royal Hawaiian Center will carry all of its signature pastries including the Diamond Head Puff (chocolate cream puffs) and the extraordinary array of roll cakes. All of the signature cakes will also be available along with the Kulu Kulu traditional complimentary service of adding a chocolate message plate (for those looking to customize their cakes with a short message). In other words, if you need a cake for a celebration in Waikiki, Kulu Kulu has you covered!

Diamond Head Puff
Kulu Kulu at Royal Hawaiian Center will celebrate its grand opening with the general public on Thursday, May 12. The first 100 customers will receive a Kulu Kulu limited cooler bag ($9 value) when they spend over $10.

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