Apple Blossom Sky: Fanta Apple, Ginger Beer, Floodwall Apple Brandy ($38/bottle), Maple Syrup and Mini Marshmallows – $11.50
Beer Flight – $9.75
Cider Flight – $9.75
A CORKSICLE Classic Tumbler is also available for $32.00.
Photos of Menu Items from Appleseed Orchard at the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival
*NEW* Apple Crumble Tart – $4.50
Unfortunately, this felt like all the flavors did not come together. The apples were a bit undercooked and were too firm to enjoy. The cinnamon flavor was overwhelming here. The crust was fine, however. Overall, this menu option was okay, but not something we’d get again.
*NEW* Apple Chips – $4.00
These are your typical dried apples There’s nothing remarkable here. Skip these unless your kid wants them.
Frozen Apple Pie – $4.50
This was one of our favorite non-alcoholic drinks of the day. There’s a great apple pie filling on top of the slush that’s quite tasty and refreshing. The only issue we had with this is that a straw wasn’t provided. Granted, Disney is trying to move away from single-use plastics, but the drink is already being served in one so what’s one straw going to hurt? We obtained spoons and were able to enjoy this offering properly, it’s utterly just too difficult to enjoy without a straw or spoon.
*NEW* Cinnamon Apple Cider (Non-Alcoholic) – $3.75
This tastes almost exactly like apple juice. If you like your cider sweet, this is okay, but this is too sweet for our personal tastes. This doesn’t really taste much cinnamon, but it’s possible that our taste buds were already overwhelmed by the cinnamon in the tart.
From Collective Arts Brewing: “Circling the Sun cider is a tart cherry cider blend made with Ontario Montmorency Cherry juice from the Niagara escarpment, and blended with our Nature of Things cider. The flavor of fresh cherries and orchard grown apples is paired perfectly. The result is a juicy and fresh cider which is extremely well balanced, dry and is an ideal beverage for the summer.”
*NEW* Original Sin Hard Cider McIntosh, New York, NY (6.0% ABV) – $
Original Sin Hard Cider describes the McIntosh as “an Unfiltered Cider made with freshly pressed New York McIntosh apples. This cider is rich and complex, reflecting the balanced sweetness and acidity of this historic apple.”
From correspondence with 3 Daughters Brewing, Apple Pecan Brown Ale features “nutty pecan flavors, lightly tart apples and sweet caramel malts swirl together perfectly in a medium-bodied brown ale, complemented by notes of honey and a clean, roasty finish.”
From Untappd: “Named after the famous fireworks show, but with a twist to notate the sour apple ale flavors. May your tastebuds live Appley Ever After.”
*NEW* Apple Blossom Sky: Fanta Apple, Ginger Beer, Floodwall Apple Brandy ($38/bottle), Maple Syrup and Mini Marshmallows – $11.50
It’s served in a plastic souvenir mule cup that you get to keep. There are a bunch of mini marshmallows on top. We couldn’t quite determine the taste at first. It’s sweet and fruity. We thought it was a little bit like rum, but it’s got a strong apple flavor. The marshmallows are a little strange, but they work, oddly enough. The Apple Fanta, ginger beer and maple syrup make it sweet, like a green apple candy flavor, but not overly sweet. The brandy is very noticeable. It’s certainly one of the more unique options at the festival.
Location of Appleseed Orchard at the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival