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Café Kitsuné “Tea-ramisu”
Parisian born Kitsuné was founded by French Daft Punk Manager Gildas Loaëc and Japanese Architect Masaya Kuroki in 2002. “Kitsuné” is the Japanese word for “fox”, a symbol of versatility. Over the last eighteen years, Kitsuné has been offering a unique, ever-changing inspirational Art de Vivre, blending a music label (Kitsuné Musique’, a fashion brand (Maison Kitsuné), and cafés, bars and restaurants (Café Kitsuné).
Maison Kitsuné, the fashion brand, is known for its timeless, relaxed sporty aesthetic, clean tailoring and simple cuts for men and women, playfully emblazoned here and there with iterations of its signature Fox logo, as the ‘Fox Head’ or ‘Tricolor Fox’.
Café Kitsuné pays tribute to the pleasure of enjoying quality coffee in iconic locations. Created in 2013, Café Kitsuné has grown to a network of 12 outposts across Tokyo, Paris, and New York City to name a few, achieving cult status amongst specialty coffee lovers around the world.
A melting pot of cultures, Café Kitsuné brings you for Incu’s 18th anniversary, its Paris-meets-Tokyo take on tiramisu, marrying two of its signature flavors: Japanese matcha and Café Kitsuné coffee, which is brewed from its very own blend served in its Parisian cafés.
Café Kitsuné on their flavour “Tea-ramisu”
"For our Incu x Messina flavour profile, our desire was to create a flavour representing Café Kitsuné as its best: a fusion of Parisian and Tokyo, a mix between two of our signature specialty drinks. Our ‘Tea-ramisu’ combines a hearty matcha gelato made from Somage’s ‘Reserve Ceremonial Grade Japanese Matcha’ with biscuits soaked in our unique Café Kitsuné coffee blend, that features cherry and milk chocolate notes."