We’re back with more exciting finds you can look forward to enjoying at Epcot’s 2020 Festival of the Arts when it begins this Friday!
Today, we have been getting a sneak peek at food, merch, and new experiences coming to Epcot. And now we just tried the new Rainboba Sparkling Water — and we can’t wait to tell you about it!
Is it a drink or a work of art? We think it’s a little bit of BOTH! You’ll find the new Rainboba Sparkling Water making its big debut at this year’s Festival of the Arts — and we think it’s got major star-potential!
The non-alcoholic drink consists of sparkling water layered with fruit-flavored boba pearls and comes topped with a light, fluffy foam cloud!
We think the Rainboba Sparkling Water is deliciously sweet, light, and refreshing — the perfect palette cleanser once you’ve done some damage at this year’s Festival of the Arts food booths (check out the full menus and photos HERE!)
Plus, the Rainboba Sparkling Water is served in an adorable plastic souvenir cup making this one a festival must-get! You’ll find it over at The Deconstructed Dish booth! And if you’re looking for an alcoholic drink that’s equally Insta-worthy, make sure you check out Pop Eats’ #RainbowSherbertGlitterDreamAle by Playalinda Brewing Co. A.K.A. Glitter Beer! It made our Best of the Fest last year, and it’s returning for 2020!
Will you be trying the new Rainboba Sparkling Water at this year’s fest? Tell us if you’re excited about this drink in the comments below!
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