We are lucky enough to have a sneak peek at some of the treats coming to the Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure in Disneyland, hopefully, this summer.
The original plan was for the Avenger’s Campus to open on July 18th, but with the parks closed, and construction slowed down over the Coronavirus pandemic, we aren’t yet sure if that date will change.
But, we do have a look at two of the upcoming treats thanks to Comicbook.com. They apparently got to go to a preview of the area.
If you visit Terran Treats, the outdoor vending cart located outside Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT!, you can try these new treats: The Cosmic Cream Orb and the Sweet Spiral Ration Churros
The story behind Teran Treats is that it’s owned and operated by Taneleer Tivan, “the Collector,” which seems weird that he had the money to buy the Tesseract, and he’s part of the Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! but now sells snacks outside. Okay, this is definitely a multiverse location.
Of course this is a vending cart, so everything is “grab-and-go” but what’s fun about the Sweet Spiral Ration Churros is that their colors don’t match their flavors. They will come in six colors: Red, Blue, Green, Orange, Yellow, and Purple, like the Infinity Stones. I doubt the flavor will match their powers either. What does a Soul Stone or Time Stone taste like anyways?
I do think it’s cute how they took the churros and formed them into circles.
Also available will be the Cosmic Cream Orb, which is a cream puff filled with whipped raspberry cheesecake mousse. It’s mean to be inspired by the Power Stone. Now we know, power tastes like raspberry cheesecake mouse. I like power.
On the upside, with all the “dismal Disney news” it’s so nice to have a taste of something that’s actually “good news” for a bit. (I couldn’t resist.)
What do you think? Are you excited for the new Avengers Campus? Which Infinity Stone do you want to taste? Comment and let us know.
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