Cotton Candy Clouds: Cotton Candy Cafe is on the verge of going live!

Cotton Candy Cloud is a cafe and cafe chain from New York City, United States.

Founded in 2013, Cotton Candy Coffee Roasters is one of the largest coffee roasters in the United States and the largest chain in the world. 

The brand, founded by chef/coffee barista Joe Chen, opened a branch in Chicago in 2018.

The cafe and café has become a favorite of many people in the city, as the cafe and barista are known for their creative, delicious and fresh coffee. 

On January 20, 2017, Joe Chen opened a second location in the neighborhood of West Town, which became known as the Cotton Candy cafe.

The location, located at 9th and South Broadway, was a temporary location until the cafe opened. 

As the cafe was undergoing renovations, the location was renamed Cotton Candy Café. 

Chen said that the concept of Cotton Candy is to have a place where you can have a great cup of coffee, but it’s not just coffee.

He said that Cotton Candy also serves sandwiches, soups and salads, but that it’s about serving the perfect cup of joe. 

“We want to serve the best coffee in the area.

That’s why we’re trying to make sure we create a space where people feel comfortable to come to and we want to have it all,” he said. 

While Chen hopes to bring Cotton Candy’s coffee to the Chicago area, he has also been experimenting with new products and ideas that he thinks will become a part of the brand’s portfolio. 

According to Chen, he’s recently started experimenting with fresh, fresh and organic produce.

“We’re looking for ways to try new things, and to be able to create new things for people,” he explained. 

Currently, Chen is testing a variety of new products, such as a cotton candy cloud that he says is a coffee bean-based gel with sugar and lemon, and a vegan baked potato and salad with organic avocado and kale. 

If you want to know more about Cotton Candy, you can visit their website or read more about their coffee and café in the video below.