REVIEW: Trying the Updated Tigger Marshmallow Tail from Pooh Corner at Disneyland

From churros to Mickey pretzels and much more, the list of iconic snacks and treats at Disneyland is extensive for sure. And once we heard the fan-favorite Tigger Marshmallow Tail had been refreshed, we had no choice but to stop over at Pooh Corner in Critter Country at Disneyland to try the newly updated recipe!

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Pooh Corner is a popular snack location/gift shop in Critter Corner at Disneyland. Here, you can not only find lots of sweet treats like brownies, cookies, and cake pops, but you can also find the cutest merchandise from the Hundred-Acre Wood!

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It’s located right next to the Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. After taking a trip through the Hundred Acre Wood with Winnie the Pooh, you might work up an appetite, so be sure to stop here for something sweet. All desserts are prepared fresh in-house!

Tigger Marshmallow Tail- $6.49

Marshmallow Wand dipped in Caramel and Orange-flavored Confectioners Coating with Dark Chocolate

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At first glance, this snack is adorable and Instagram-worthy. The outside of the treat perfectly resembles Tigger’s Tail and is covered in orange-flavored confectioners coating and dark chocolate.

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As you can probably tell from its shape, it is composed of marshmallow on a candy stick. The marshmallow is dipped in caramel and orange-flavored white chocolate. The new version of this treat more closely resembles Tigger’s tail. The real test will be to see if it tastes as good as it looks.

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We found the new Tigger Marshmallow Tail to be aggressively artificial. The orange-flavored white chocolate was over-the-top. Other than that, it basically tasted like marshmallows dipped in caramel. If you like very sweet snacks, this may be perfect for you. For us, however, it was a bit too much. Overall, we recommend skipping this treat.
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As we mentioned before, Tigger Marshmallow Tails used to look slightly different. The older (and seemingly more popular) version still consisted of four giant marshmallows on a candy stick covered in caramel. The big difference is that the previous version was coated in orange-colored white chocolate rather than the new orange-flavored confectioners coating. The current version is also a little more aesthetically pleasing as it looks exactly like cartoon Tigger’s tail.

Which version of the Tigger Marshmallow Tail do you prefer? Let us know in the comments below!

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