In honor of today’s theatrical release of the ‘The Little Mermaid’ film, Disney is offering several special treats inspired by the film. These new offerings can be found at the Disneyland and Walt Disney World resorts, along with meet and greets and special photo opportunities.
There are two new treats to be found at Disneyland until May 29th.
At Edelweiss Snacks, you can find a new macaron!
Purple Pineapple Shell Macaron is a purple macaron filled with blue pineapple buttercream and decorated with a chocolate pearl.
At the Cappuccino Cart, another treat awaits – The Mermaid Strawberry Cake.
Walt Disney World Resort
At various locations, guests can find a new Gold Peak tea!
Bubbles at Sea is a Gold Peak sweet green tea with lemon juice, pineapple and guava. And it’s topped with boba pearls, and a splash of shimmer.
My only issue with some of these drinks is that they can be overly sweet. The green boba balls look like fish eggs not bubbles. I get what they are going for with the green and purple, but it’s a big off-putting to me. Poor unfortunate…drink?
At Disney Springs, The Ganachery is offering a new treat!
The Little Mermaid Sea Salt, Caramel and Chocolate Pop, is a caramel sea salt pop with ocean fondant decor!
The Magic Kingdom
There are two treats guests can try at The Magic Kingdom!
Divinely Diabolical Shake at Friar’s Nook is a cookies and cream shake with aquatic decorations.
There is a new DOLE whip at Storybook Treats!
Part of Your World, Strawberry DOLE Whip swirled with Purple Cheesecake soft serve.
Are the two shells supposed to represent her bra?
Disney’s Hollywood Studios
Over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, guests can meet Ariel at Walt Disney Presents and try a special new milkshake at Hollywood Scoops!
The Little Mermaid Donut Milk Shake features a mango-guava-ginger milkshake topped with whipped cream and a pineapple-mango seashell donut.
These treats will be available for a limited time so hurry over to try them out!
Which treat do you want to try the most? Comment and let us know!
Source: Disney Parks Blog
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