REVIEW: Joffrey’s Orange Cream Cold Brew at EPCOT
Grabbing a coffee before a day at Disney Parks is always a plus. Speaking of which, Joffrey’s Orange Cream Cold Brew just arrived at EPCOT for the Flower & Garden Festival; here’s our review.
EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival
The EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival kicks off today and MickeyBlog is there! Recently, we’ve bought you a variety of news, as Disney World prepared for its debut.
In addition to amazing topiaries, we’ve shared kitchen booths as they popped up around the Park. Today, we’ll be sampling new menu items, sharing exclusive merchandise, and more!
This springtime event runs through July 5, 2023. Park Guests will be treated to beautiful gardens, delicious menu items, and upbeat entertainment. Continue following along to see all the festival has to offer!
Joffrey’s Orange Cream Cold Brew
It’s always fun to try new coffee flavors. You can find Joffrey’s Orange Cream Cold Brew at a stand near Disney Traders.
It costs $5.44. Personally, I love a good cold brew, and this one is beautiful!
As its name suggests, it contains orange cream flavoring mixed with cold-brew coffee. When I think of orange cream, it reminds me of a creamsicle, so mixing it with coffee is an interesting choice.
Although you’d assume the orange would make it sweet, our MickeyBlogger found this drink to be bitter.
In fact, it was so overpowering, she couldn’t even taste the orange. After mixing it to see if it would offer a more balanced flavor, she still couldn’t shake its bitter notes.
This drink is topped with coconut shavings. While some, like me, love the taste of toasted coconut, our MickeyBlogger didn’t care for its addition.
Overall, she couldn’t get past the bitter flavor. So, this drink was a no for her.
But, as I always say, to each their own. Cold brews generally have a strong flavor profile.
I often find that the addition of a little sugar balances it, taking the bitter edge off.
For example, upon ordering the Cold Brew Black Caf on a recent trip to Disneyland, I found it to be a bit bitter for my taste. I added a packet of sugar, and it completely changed the balance of flavor, becoming my favorite coffee drink at the Park!