Top 3 Things We Ate or Drank This Week at Disney, July 31, 2021

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The TouringPlans in-park team gets to try a lot of food and drink. From quick service locations to table service meals and snacks in between, we try so many different foods to help keep information on our site up to date. Sometimes foods and drinks are wonderful. Other times, not as much. But what really rose to the top? Here’s our top 3 food or drink options the in-park team sampled this week.

Cheshire Cat Tail

This tasty, flakey sweet treat is back at its home at Cheshire Cafe at Magic Kingdom. It’s a pastry with cream filling, chocolate chips, and stripes of purple and pink icing, but we think it is just delicious. Like the actual Cheshire Cat, this disappears very quickly.

Bourbon Bloody Mary at The Swanky Saucy Swine at EPCOT’s Food and Wine Festival

It’s spicy, sweet, and thick, and really makes you rethink the “vodka Bloody Mary” thing. Hello, bourbon! The “jar” rim was coated in a spiced sugar glaze that lasted through the bottom of the drink. Plus, it has bacon that kept its crunch. This may be our favorite cocktail of the festival!

Mickey Premium Bar

Sometimes the classics are the best, and in a hot week like this one, that Mickey Premium Bar with its cold vanilla ice cream and chocolatey coating can bring a smile to anyone’s face. Are you a fan of this classic treat?

That’s just some of the amazing things we’ve eaten this week. Have any suggestions for us next week? Let us know in the comments.

 

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Julia Mascardo

Freelance writer and editor, living the dream in Central Florida with my husband, cats, and totally awesome homeschooled ten-year-old daughter.

One thought on “Top 3 Things We Ate or Drank This Week at Disney, July 31, 2021

  • July 31, 2021 at 6:08 pm
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    Speaking of Mickey Bars, I discovered Klondike Dark Chocolate bars on vacation, and it is the closest taste to a Mickey Bar that I found. It definitely tastes more like a Mickey Bar than the supermarket Mickey Bars! Unfortunately I can’t find them where I live!

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