We’re constantly on the lookout for ways to save money on a visit to Disney World.
We have had our fair share of caramel popcorn and other snacks from Werther’s Original at Karamell-Küche in EPCOT.
But, we’re not exactly used to seeing a lot of Werther’s products in the Disney parks outside of EPCOT. Today, however we spotted some delicious looking Werther’s treats in a surprising spot.
Much like the shorter days and the changing leaves, nothing signals the arrival of the fall season quite like the Pumpkin Spice Latte. But what if we were to tell you that Disney World has a few seasonal treats that are SO yummy, SO iconic, and SO autumnal, that it would inspire you to ditch your PSL altogether?
Today, we’re giving a shout-out to five standout seasonal treats that we think rank right up there with everyone’s favorite fall beverage from Starbucks.
You waited all year for pumpkin spice, and Karamell-Küche in Epcot’s Germany Pavilion does not want you to be disappointed!
Several new seasonal treats await at this tiny sweets shop in the World Showcase. Karamell-Küche is one of the best places to satisfy your sweet tooth, which makes sense considering the name translates to “caramel kitchen” in English!
And who doesn’t think a caramel kitchen is a good idea?
When you walk in, you’ll see the treats in all of their sugary glory behind the glass and probably some cast members working on a new batch, too. They have caramel-dipped everything: apples, strawberries, cupcakes, cookies, and a DFB favorite, the caramel-covered popcorn.
It’s Werther’s caramel central.
New info has surfaced about the Werther’s Candy Shop in Germany, set to open in September 2010.
The official name will be Karamelle-Kuche, or “caramel kitchen,” and the shop will take over the prior Glas and Porzellan shop in Epcot’s Germany. The store will feature a show kitchen, in which cast members will be making caramel popcorn and apples, and caramel-covered strawberries.
The shop will also sell gourmet caramels, cookies, brownies, fudge, and cupcakes. This is the only free-standing shop in the world for Storck, the makers of Werther’s candies, so there will be some one-of-a-kind items there as well.
Source: Disney Parks Blog