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REVIEW: New St. Patrick’s Day Irish Car Bundt Cake is Worth The Drive To Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa

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The Walt Disney World Resort is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with festive new treats. We released the full list of limited-time treats available across the resort this month, and feel pretty lucky to be trying this Irish stout Bundt cake at The Artist’s Palette.

Irish Car Bundt Cake — $4.49

Irish stout Bundt cake with Irish cream mousse and Irish whiskey caramel (available Mar. 8-18)

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This adorable Irish stout Bundt cake is superb. The bundt cake is filled with bright green icing swags and perfectly placed crispy gold pearls.

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The shamrock on top is made of white chocolate.

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This dessert was delicious altogether, but the best part is that each piece is just as delicious by itself.

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The mousse is reminiscent of Bailey’s Irish Cream. It is soft, creamy, light and airy, with an amazingly fresh flavor. The mousse is truly amazing.

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The Guinness cake is moist, with the dark recognizable flavor of Guinness.

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The whisky caramel is the best part of the dessert. It has the unique flavor of whisky without the usual bite. It is creamy and smooth, while being thin enough to run out of the cake without spilling everywhere.

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The whisky caramel really shined in this treat, but overall everything worked perfectly together making it a well-balanced dessert.

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We highly recommend this treat and would love to get it again before it disappears on March 18.

If you’re looking to try another holiday dessert, check out the new St. Patrick’s Day cupcake at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

Will you be trying this festive treat? Let us know in the comments below!

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jnoel
jnoel
2 months ago

Sounds GREAT! They should transition this to the UK pavilion in Epcot and keep it permanently!