This just in! Are you one of the legions of Disney food fans who remember fondly BeaverTails?
If you have no idea what I'm talking about, let me bring you up to speed: BeaverTails are pastries made of fried dough in the shape of -- you guessed it—a beaver tail, that are offered with a variety of sweet toppings, and made by a Canadian company of the same name. In the past, you could get your fill with toppings such as cinnamon and sugar, hazelnuts, fruit and whipped cream or apples and cinnamon. Think crepe—except not at all.
In addition to the pastries, the company, which has locations dotting Canada, Frapp-ehs (the company's take on a blended coffee drink) as well as savoury items, such as poutine and the Beaver dog, and all-beef hot dog wrapped in their signature dough. You'll find BeaverTails across Canada and in some cities in the U.S., primarily in theme parks.
While the previous kiosk was located inside the Canada Pavilion at Walt Disney World's Epcot, the new location will be at Orlando's Vineland Premium Outlets, thus making the snack accessible in Orlando without paying for an attractions ticket.
The company's CEO is happy to be back in Florida.
"We are thrilled to be coming back to the state of Florida, and to be opening our very first location at the Vineland Premium Outlets. We look forward to working with Isabelle and Chun as they bring our delicious pastries to 'The Sunshine State.' This location will have something for everyone–BeaverTails pastries for those looking for an indulgent treat, as well as our cult-favourite products such as the Frapp-eh and frosty smoothies from our sister brand Moozoo, Canada’s most famous poutine cheese curd fries, and many other mouth-watering rock stars” says Pino Di Ioia.
The location will celebrate its grand opening on June 30, 2018, with an array of activities between 12 pm and 6 pm, including face painting, beaver balloon making and more. Guests will also have the chance to win exciting prizes.
For more about the BeaverTails location in Epcot as well as links to other beloved extinct Disney foods, visit DisneyFoodBlog.com.