REVIEW: New “Indiana Jones Adventure” 25th Anniversary Specialty (Dole) Whip Is The Wise Choice Over At Disneyland

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Do you ever wonder what the Kitchen Sink would taste like if it was Dole Whip instead? Wonder no more, because that is basically what the Tropical Hideaway has created with their new Speciality Loaded Whip.

Special Dole Whip

This new specialty Dole Whip, which was made in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Indiana Jones Adventure attraction, comes in at $7.99 and features a swirl of Pineapple and Raspberry Dole Whip and is topped with Chocolate Cookie Crumbles (Oreos, if we are being honest), chocolate sauce, a chocolate boulder, gummy snakes, mango, strawberry fruit pieces, and some Pocky for good measure.

Special Dole Whip

As you can see, the concoction is quick to become a melty, drippy mess, but let’s see if the flavor is there, or if ALL the flavor that is there actually works together.

Special Dole Whip

With the base being a mix of citrus and fruit Dole Whips, it overall gives a very fresh taste to the treat and fortunately, the Oreo added some extra texture and flavor without destroying the fruity quality of the dish.

Special Dole Whip
“Snakes, why did it have to be snakes?”

The creep-crawly gummy snakes not only pay homage to the famous archeologist, but are also always a fun thing to snack on. They didn’t add much in terms of flavor to the Whip (haha, whip…), but added a fun visual aspect.

Special Dole Whip

The “boulder” is a tasty, yet dense sweet chocolate cake similar to a cake pop (minus the stick) and was a fun touch that added some contrast to the dish. The fruit pieces were super moist and not too chewy.

Special Dole Whip

The Pocky, which are described as “chocolate-covered spears” to stay with the theme, are also a tasty delight and really brought the whole anniversary dish together.

Special Dole Whip

To finish things off, the portion size is incredibly large and definitely meant to be shared, but overall it’s a really fun and tasty treat.

Tropical Hideaway

You might want to hurry over though, because it seems like the line for this dessert is growing by the minute!

About the author

Jilly Hite

Jilly, a native New Yorker has been visiting the parks since before the tender age of 1 and is happy to finally call Orlando her home. When she's not on Sunset Boulevard professing her love to Evie Starlight you can probably find her in line for Popcorn. The only thing she loves more than the mouse himself is her pup, Macoco.

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