It has become a New Orleans tradition for many local roasters to blend their coffee with chicory, the root of a blue-flowered perennial plant.  The strong local connection with chicory dates back to the Civil War at a time when Louisianans had to get creative as a Union naval blockade cut off the port of New Orleans from the rest of the world.  Some went to great lengths to stretch out the limited supply of coffee. Acorns, beets, parsnips, and chicory were all turned to as additions at this time.  Burnt sugar was also sold to coffee dealers and houses under the name of "black jack".


Throughout the creation process for this energizing scrub, maker Southern Rhoades wanted to make sure they paid homage to the city where they source their ingredients, hence the name "Black Jack Coffee Scrub".  


Available in 2 oz + 8 oz   |   Handmade in New Orleans, LA USA


Please note that natural ingredients may stain towels + bathtub/shower + clothing.  Use with care.


TO USE:  Gently apply to wet skin + allow to absorb for 3-5 minutes. Thoroughly rinse with warm water.




Cane Sugar:  Natural exfoliant that removes dead skin cells + excess dirt + oil, leaving only smoothe skin.


Essential Oil Blend:  Helps to Improve Circulation + Promote Healing + Rejuvenate Skin.  Grapefruit Essential Oil is specifically used to target stretch marks + cellulite.     


Sea Salt:  All natural + Solar Evaporated + Gathered from the Pacific Ocean on the West Coast of USA.


Carrier Oil Blend:  Combination of EVOO, Sunflower, & Sweet Almond Oil contains fatty acids + Vitamins A, D, & E.  These oils are easily absorbed, leaving skin soft + conditioned.


INGREDIENTS:  Locally Roasted Coffee Beans, 100% Natural Louisiana Cane Sugar, Pacific Sea Salt*, Sunflower Oil*, Extra Virgin Olive Oil*,  Sweet Almond Oil*, Cypress Essential Oil*, Grapefruit Essential Oil*, Frankincense Essential Oil*, Vitamin E Oil*

*Organic (Refer to product packaging for up to date ingredient list)


Maker: Southern Rhoades Apothecary + Mercantile

Black Jack Coffee Scrub from Southern Rhoades