#OnTheList: Caramel Kiss at Epcot’s Germany Pavilion

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This post is part of the DFB #OnTheList series, where we feature eats you’ve GOT to have while you’re at Disney! Let us know what’s on YOUR Disney Food Bucket List @DisneyFoodBlog #OnTheList!

 

If the visions of sugarplums that dance in your head around this time of year are accompanied by any of the caramel treats served at Karamell-Küche in Epcot’s Germany Pavilion, then you’ve gotta check out the Hot Salted Caramel — this year dubbed the Caramel Kiss — that we’re featuring on a special holiday edition of #OnTheList this week!

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As you stroll around World Showcase enjoying the music and stories by the Holiday Storytellers, you can also experience the holiday culinary traditions of the countries represented in the Showcase Pavilions.

Germany Holiday Show

Germany Holiday Show

Before or after you enjoy listening to Helga share her country’s traditions in the Germany Pavilion (with a little help from her favorite Nutcracker), you should really stop by the Prost! kiosk-stand-Christkindlmarkt-thingy to check out the festive beverages.

Prost! Holiday Drinks Stand

Prost! Holiday Drinks Stand

The traditional German drink of warm, spiced Glühwein can be found here. It’s often the star beverage. And while I’m certainly in favor of that, my recommendation is that you consider the other Specialty Beverages, like this year’s Caramel Kiss!

Prost Menu in Epcot's Germany

Prost Menu in Epcot’s Germany

Perhaps you’ve heard of Drinking Chocolate… but how about Drinking Caramel? Because THAT’S essentially what the Caramel Kiss is: warm, rich, buttery, melted caramel, custom made for sipping. And while that may sound a little off, I’m asking you to trust me on this one.

Caramel Kiss at Epcot's Germany Prost! Stand

Caramel Kiss at Epcot’s Germany Prost! Stand

I don’t think you’ll regret it.

Now, it’s BEYOND rare that I recommend passing by Karamell-Küche, but listen: like Christmas itself, Hot Salted Caramel only comes ‘round once a year at Epcot. Plus, it’s all in the name of celebrating Werther’s Caramel, so I think we’re in the clear ;) .

Caramel Kiss at Epcot's Germany

Caramel Kiss at Epcot’s Germany

As they say in Germany… Prost!

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The Caramel Kiss is featured on the DFB Disney Food Bucket List — #OnTheList! Check out the list for more must-eats, and tweet, instagram, and Facebook your Disney Food Bucket List items @DisneyFoodBlog with #OnTheList!

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Comments

  1. Rach says

    How does the Caramel Kiss compare to the Hot Butterbeer over at Universal? When I had the warm Butterbeer last Jan it also reminded me of caramel version of a thin hot chocolate.

  2. says

    Only thing missing is the KINDERPUNSCH, the kids’ non-alcoholic version of the Glühwein. I had it all over Germany during my Weihnachtsmarkt visits.

  3. Kim says

    I just tried this last week and it was amazing!!!!!!! It was pretty hot that day so I went and added a couple of ice cubes to it. The flavor didn’t change at all! It made the drink have a nice cold and warm mix.

  4. Rick says

    I had this back in December 2014, when it was still called Salted Hot Caramel. It is AMAZING, but quite rich. Drink it slowly or you might feel a bit of a sugar overload. Regardless, I highly recommend it.

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