Food and Wine Festival Delivers on Unique Kitchenwear
The EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival always delivers on exclusive and original home goods and kitchenware, and this year certainly did not disappoint. MickeyBloggers headed to MouseGear as the park opened this morning to get the details on all of the merchandise.
For the hostess (or host) with the mostest, shoppers may want to pick up a number of these appetizer plates. Rather than just having a slit to hold a glass, this new design offers a surround to make any glasswear more stable in its perch.
With the festival’s signature colors and bold shapes and icons throughout the tray, this piece will certainly start dinner party conversations.
The plates retail for $7.99 a piece, making them quite affordable to acquire a set for your next Disney-themed gathering.
Other Clever Kitchenwear
The bold colors of this year’s festival logo also combine well with a variety of indigo hues in a new cutting board. Our favorite “lovable [purple] fellow” figment dances across the new board as he prepares a feast fit for any imaginative creature. The acrylic cutting board retails for $29.99.
“Journey Into Culinary Delight” with this darling set of coasters. Selections come in pairs and feature floating ingredients from the garden as well as breads and wine.
Other sets celebrate the rainbow of colors that grace all of the festival signage as well as the abundance of unique and delicious options scattered throughout World Showcase. All of the sets retail for $24.99
Guests looking to keep their beverages chilled this summer should check out this year’s specialty cup by Corkcicle.
With symbols from the World Showcase countries spread throughout the stainless still mug, this limited edition release certainly adds to any collection and retails for $29.99.
A Little Shake of This and That
Of all of today’s announcements, the unveiling of a new trash can design certainly caught us all by surprise. The new cans feature a white design with red accents and can be found near Space and Test Track.
In the MouseGear kitchenwear area, guests can also find a celebration of receptacles in these super clever salt and pepper shakers. The rippled edges add a unique detail and prominently display this year’s mid-century modern-themed logo.
The design even makes way for a painted little trash slot. Trash slots certainly made much news over the course of the last year as they remained propped open at one point under COVID protocol.
The opposing sides feature a kaleidoscope design that celebrates all things primary colors. The shakers cost $9.99 and will be available throughout the festival. Running now through mid-November, the International Food and Wine Festival brings hundreds of thousands of guests to EPCOT annually to celebrate all things culinary. Keep following MickeyBlog for more home goods that pop up throughout the next few months.