We’re headed BACK to Disney Springs!
In the past six months, Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney) has gone from a spot that I didn’t visit very often to a place I prioritize on every Disney trip.
There is so much to explore at the newly re-imagined shopping, dining, and entertainment district that I never feel like I never get to the end of it all!
This teensy tiny shop, located in The Landing “neighborhood” of Disney Springs, has been open for a while now. Check out our first impressions of the shop in our initial tour and review.
And I’m not kidding when I say that it’s tiny. Like, shoebox-like. If there’s a crowd, it can be hard to turn around.
Still, it’s a warm inviting space, well themed and interesting to look at.
Besides — the star of the show here is Gourmet Chocolate. So. Really. Ya Gotta.
Personally, I find all of the choices to be a little overwhelming, so I decided to take my time and study my options with this Flavor Reference Card. Not sure what makes up Gianduja, or what kind of Chocolate they’re pairing with your Mint? Here are all the answers!
We had tried the various Ganache on previous occasions. So this time I went for something a little different — the Salted Caramel Pop.
Out of the clear wrapper, you can better see the generous sprinkle of Fleur de Sel embedded in the coating of Milk Chocolate. The simple script of The Ganachery Logo dresses up the treat a bit.
When I broke into the pop, I got a better idea of what was happening. The Chocolate Caramel inside was almost truffle-like in texture. And the flavors were rich and impressive. The salt might have been overwhelming for a newbie to the sweet-salty flavor combo, but I enjoyed it. There is quite a bit, so if you’d rather have just a hint of salt, brush some off before taking your first bite.
Overall, the treat is pricey, but decadent and delicious.
It’s clear that you are paying a premium for your treats at The Ganachery. But let’s face it: good chocolate doesn’t come cheap. And while I would probably classify this as a special treat, it’s one that I feel pretty good about splurging for. Occasionally, anyway.
Now, I’d love to hear from you. Have you had a chance to check out The Ganachery? Leave a comment and tell us what your favorite flavors are here!