REVIEW: Millennial Pink Piñata and Millennial Pink-Berry Ganache Square Debut at The Ganachery at Disney Springs

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In our continuing coverage of all things Millennial Pink at Walt Disney World, we made our way over to The Ganachery at Disney Springs to check out their offerings which include a Millennial Pink Piñata and a Millennial Pink-Berry Ganache Square. We tried them both and here is what we thought.

Millennial Pink Piñata – $22.00

The Millennial Pink Piñata is a dark chocolate dome filled with marshmallows and strawberry crispy pearls, topped with edible white chocolate ears. This was a huge offering that could be shared with your friends or family. Once you get over the fact you have to destroy the beautiful Minnie head, you find chocolate covered marshmallows and strawberry crispy pearls galore. It is definitely a tough sale at $22.00 and we think it would be better at a lower price like $15.00, but if you’re looking for something for your whole family to share that has a bit of Millennial Pink to it, this is the item for you.

Millennial Pink-Berry Ganache Square – $3.00 per square

Of both Millennial Pink offerings that The Ganachery had to offer, this is by far the better one. This delicious square is filled with a strawberry and lemon filling that will leave you wanting more, plus it is topped with a pretty Minnie shaped strawberry head stamp on the top. For just $15.00, you can get 6 ganache squares of either the same or different and is definitely work the money, versus the $22.00 Piñata we mentioned above.

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