REVIEW: Taste Track – Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival 2019

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Taste Track, typically a seasonal location, makes its Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival debut in 2019, taking place March 6 – June 3, 2019.

For our complete coverage of the 2019 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival, head to our festival landing page at wdwnt.garden.

Taste Track at the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival

Menu for Taste Track at the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival

Food:

  • 🆕 Violet Blueberry Vanilla Croissant Doughnut – $6.50
  • 🆕 Annual Passholder Exclusive Pluto Cookie – $4.00

Beverages:

  • 🆕 Berry Tea Mint Julep (non-alcoholic) – $4.25
  • 🆕 Berry Tea Mint Julep with Bourbon – $10.50

The standard croissant doughnut, tossed in cinnamon sugar, is also available in addition to the festival offerings.

🆕 Violet Blueberry Vanilla Croissant Doughnut – $6.50

The cronuts from Taste Track are usually amazing, and this one is no exception. This is basically the same cronut they usually offer, but with icing, which really brings this pastry over the top. There’s lemon pastry cream in the middle, and it works really well with the icing and flaky cronut. This is a really nice take on glazed cronuts, and if you’re planning on getting a cronut anyway, make sure you get this one, because this is totally next-level.

🆕 Berry Tea Mint Julep (non-alcoholic) – $4.25

🆕 Berry Tea Mint Julep with Bourbon – $10.50

This blueberry mint julip is enjoyable, but you have to mix it first, or you’re just drinking straight bourbon. It’s a nice, heavy pour of bourbon, yet it still manages to be refreshing. If you like juleps, you’ll like this. We consider this to be one of the more interesting mixed cocktails of the festival overall.

🆕 Annual Passholder Exclusive Pluto Cookie – $4.00

This is your standard Disney counter service chocolate chip cookie, covered with a thick icing and a printed chocolate Pluto Passholder magnet design. Unfortunately, this item doesn’t take a good photo because the printing isn’t the best, and it has bits of leftover frosting all over it as well. We figure only reason people get this is to photograph it, yet these half these cookies aren’t even fully covered with icing, or have some kind of defect on the printed design. Overall, this fails as an Instagrammable snack.