Epcot Garden Passport Eats

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Dole Whip with Siesta Key Spiced Rum

 

Did I have you at Dole Whip? This refreshing fan favorite has been plussed with Siesta Key Spiced Rum and it is awesome. It’s so exciting to see how Disney has added the food kiosks that are normally out during the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival in the fall for this spring’s Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival. You can read more about the announcement here and get a complete list of the food and beverage kiosks here. They are also adding a Garden Passport: A Guide to Flora, Food and Fun this year as well. I love this idea so much, it helps to navigate the festival with ease. Listing all the topiaries, gardens, play areas, food and more. You can pick up your passports at the Festival Center and along the kiosks on the World Showcase.

 

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 Pineapple Promenade has some tasty offerings especially if you are a big fan of pineapple like I am. Not only do they have the sought after Dole whip but they have Pineapple Upside Down Cake, Pineapple Fruit Cup, Samuel Adams Cream Stout and the fabulous Frozen Desert Violet Lemonade (non-alcoholic). This lemonade has such a unique flavor that was so good! I had to have two of them. Not to mention the pretty edible flowers that they garnish it with. Too cute!

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Pineapple Upside Down Cake with Dole Pineapple

Pineapple Upside Down Cake with Dole Pineapple

 

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Frozen Desert Violet Lemonade

Frozen Desert Violet Lemonade

 

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The Cottage: Savories, Trifles and Teas in UK has a huge variety of hot and iced British teas and beverages inspired by English roses. We enjoyed the Peach Cold Brewed Iced Tea, it had good flavor but needed to be sweeter. I had to try all the food choices at The Cottage, everything looked so yummy. We tried the

  •  Potato, Chive and Cheddar Cheese Biscuit with Smoked Salmon Tartare and Sour Cream
  • Waterkist Farms Heirloom Tomatoes with house-made Mozzarella, Minus 8 Vinegar and Basil
  •  Baked Goat’s Brie with Kumquat Chutney

The Cheddar Cheese Biscuit was so flaky and warm. It practically melted in with the Salmon Tartare and was a great combination. Heirloom Tomato Salad was refreshing but just your regular kind of salad. Now, the Baked Goat’s Brie with Kumquat Chutney was AMAZING! I wanted to drink the Chutney by itself it was that good. I can’t wait to go back and have another.

 

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What do you think of the new food kiosks addition to the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival?

 

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Ashley has been a fan of the Mouse since early childhood. Her love of Disney has grown through the years with Disney's culture in food, resorts, attractions and entertainment. She is a foodie and loves sharing her passion for cuisine through her writing. She vows that nothing brings people together like a wonderful meal and great conversation. She enjoys cooking, fine dining, photography and traveling. Ashley is an avid believer that while you are at Disney everyone is a kid again. She is also the Social Media Director of socomradio.com as well as a co-host of Pirate Radio on the station.

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