REVIEW: Binx-less Pastry ‘Tail’ and Cold Witches’ Brew Coffee Fail for Halloween at Magic Kingdom

If you’re looking for a spooky twist on classic treats, stop by Cheshire Café in Fantasyland for the Binx Pastry Tail and the Cold Witches Brew Coffee. These new treats are available for a limited time at the Magic Kingdom during regular park hours and during Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party.


Binx Pastry Tail – $5.79

Cat tail drizzled with dark chocolate and topped with Binx chocolate piece


…Or so it was supposed to be. We are disappointed in this visit to Cheshire Café. We ordered the Binx Pastry Tail and were served a Cat Paw, which we may have been okay with, but we didn’t receive the Binx chocolate piece on top, either.


When we pointed this out to a cast member, they gave us an eclair with a key white chocolate piece on top. They told us they didn’t have any cat tails or Binx chocolate pieces. Even though the Cat Paw is not what we were after, it was still a satisfying sweet snack.

Cold Witches’ Brew Coffee – $5.29

French vanilla cold brew with pumpkin spiced foam topped with Halloween sprinkles


The drink, however, was exactly as described. The French vanilla coffee had a very bitter taste, and despite us wanting to love this drink, we had to add creamer to stomach it.

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The candy pieces on the top make it look festive, and the pumpkin spice foam was delicious, though too sparse.


We tried to mix the foam to see if it would cut some of the bitterness, but no luck.


Here’s what we received from Cheshire Cat Cafe due to the lack of Binx Pastry Tails. This was a disheartening trip, and we suggest skipping both treats (at least until they start serving the actual Binx Pastry Tail).

However, we do suggest trying this Halloween snack!

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