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Tips from the Mini-Guide: Unique Chocolates in Epcot

The DFB Mini-Guide to Epcot Snacks e-book is our newest Disney dining guide! No matter how many days you get to spend noshing around this park, you’ll have to choose from countless unique treats; and this 180-page book is guaranteed to help you make those choices!

In the e-book, we feature a few of the most intriguing chocolate treats we’ve ever seen, and we wanted to share just a few of them here with you! As you tour the national treasures around the World Showcase lagoon, you’ll be tempted to try all kinds of international yumminess:

Tequila Chocolates

These chocolates found in the Mexico Pavilion have a surprise center spiked with Jose Cuervo Especial Tequila.

Tequila You Can Chew!

You’re looking at the perfect chocolate bon bon snack, take-home souvenir, and/or gift for your boss that gave you the time off to travel. ;-)

Brandy-Filled Chocolates

Over in Germany, you’ll find these clever Brandy-filled chocolates. Shaped like little Brandy bottles and covered in printed foil, these are a fun addition to your next cocktail party for sure!

Brandy-Filled Chocolates in Germany

Italian Bulk Chocolates

And straight from one of the most romantic countries in the world, you’ll find dozens of types of decadent chocolates in the Italy pavilion. Choose several of your favorite flavor, or mix and match for the perfect treat or gift!

Italy Chocolates

Along with these fun chocolates, we’ve included our favorite sweet and savory Epcot snacks in our DFB Mini-Guide to Epcot Snacks e-Book to make sure your visit is memorable!

I can’t promise that it’ll be easy to choose between the over 150 Epcot Snacks highlighted in the book’s 180 pages. Yet, you will be able to plan ahead so that you don’t stop in Future World for a cookie when what you really crave is a unique chocolate in Mexico!

The DFB Mini-Guide to Epcot Snacks e-book also includes bonus items like newly created snack crawls, snack pairings, and best snack values!

Get your copy here, and don’t forget to use code “EPCOT” for your $2 discount!

Have you found a unique chocolate in Epcot? Let us know in the comments!

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5 Comments

  1. Bryan Irrera says:

    Not chocolate, but the best candy in Italy is the “Frizy” from Cendrica. It’s a hard candy that comes in multiple fruit flavors (there’s usually an assortment in those bins…) (lemon, orange, etc.). On the outside, they are a fairly typical hard candy like you might find from Brach’s or other Pic-N-Mix. However, once you’ve gotten to the center (either by biting through or just letting them melt away in your mouth), they BURST with a sour powdery filling, similar to the sour powder that you’d find on a “Warhead”. So good! Highly recommended. Since we first discovered them at Epcot years ago, they are usually the first thing I head for when I’m in Epcot/Italy!

  2. canadianslovewdw says:

    we have cupcake crawls.. and candy crawls.. we NEED a chocolate crawl… yummmmm

  3. AJ says:

    Bryan — Ooh, great tip! I’ll check it out!

    Canadians — Hmm…. I’ve already started thinking! I can’t remember if we have a chocolate day in our DFB Dining Adventures book; will have to go check that out!

  4. Gray says:

    Oh my. I’m kind of glad I didn’t know Epcot had boozy chocolates before my trip, or I’d have bought some. They are my weakness. I have had those bottle-shaped brandy chocolates before. They are amazingly good.

  5. AJ says:

    Gray — Thanks for the recommendation on the brandy chocolates!!

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