Chipotle Sold Lemonade Candles In Water Cups As Nod To Customers Who Steal It
Bravo to the upper brass at Chipotle for coming u with such a clever way to alert customers that you are on to them. So apparently the thing to do at Chipotle is to ask for a free water glass and then customers have been filling them up with lemonade instead. What? Customers being dishonest, No way!
National Lemonade Day is Saturday, August 20, 2022 — and Chipotle is honoring this important day by having put together their very own lemonade-scented candles served in a Chipotle water cup. The candles are not cheap $28 bucks a pop, but unfortunately, they are already sold out. Hopefully, they will get more since they are obviously really popular.
Apparently, this has been a "thing" since way back in 2018:
Chris Brandt chief marketing officer for Chipotle said engaging in Social Media is huge for their brand. Fox9 reports what Brandt said in a statement: "When they see these lighthearted tributes to social chatter and fan behavior, they feel even more connected to Chipotle."
Back in 2021 Chipotle actually turned the tables on themselves when they launched their very own cilantro soap. The reason? Some customers took to social media complaining that their cilantro tasted like soap. Hey if you can't beat 'em join 'em as they say.
Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc., is doing something right with over 3,000 restaurants in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany. The nearest Chipotle in our area is in Duluth in the Miller Hill Mall.