Pagliacci Giveaway Alert: Cupcake Royale
During the pandemic, we delighted our customers with a series of giveaways as a gesture of appreciation and to bolster local businesses during a challenging time. We delivered thousands of treats from the likes of Tom Douglas, Rachel’s Ginger Beer, Hello Robin, DeLaurenti, Caffe Umbria, Salumi and Macrina Bakery. We had so much fun doing it, we’re at it again!
Order a whole pie on Tuesday, March 7, and we’ll treat you to a two-pack featuring Cupcake Royale’s most popular cupcakes: Red Velvet and Triple Threat (chocolate with chocolate frosting)!
Cupcake Royale was founded in 2003 as one of the nation’s first cupcake bakeries. They now have five Seattle locations. Their made-from-scratch-daily cupcakes were an instant hit. They use premium ingredients like local sweet butter and dark Belgian chocolate and believe in creating a sustainable and viable local economy. Their flour comes from a handful of wheat farmers in Eastern Washington who mill it especially for their needs. Their dairy is local and growth-hormone free, and their eggs are cage-free organic.
Their delightful spin on the classic Red Velvet features a classic Southern buttermilk cake infused with a hint of cocoa and topped with a luscious pile of tangy cream cheese frosting and a dusting of red sparkle. The Triple Threat is a chocolate lover’s paradise: chocolate cake frosted with chocolate buttercream and garnished with dark chocolate curls.
Not only does Cupcake Royale create some of the finest cupcakes we’ve ever tasted, but they’ve also done much over the years to stand up for their customers, employees and communities. Cupcake Royale donates over 40,000 cupcakes annually to help raise funds for local non-profits.
“We’re so thankful for our relationship with Pagliacci,” says Cupcake Royale owner Jody Hall. “We’re thrilled and honored to be a part of this awesome promotion.”
Cupcake Royale’s two-pack is not only a great way to experience their cupcakes, but it’s also an excellent option for sharing with friends or family.