If you can only visit one booth at the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays, it should be this one!
The all-new Nochebuena Cocina booth at the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays is a definite must-do on your trip to Epcot this holiday season. The Latin American booth is new to the festival this year and is located near Port of Entry.
With exquisite food and drinks, the location has become an instant hit with guests in the first weekend of the festival. Two menu items have really made the location stand out!
The first item I need to showcase is the Alfajores. This incredible cookie is part of the holiday cookie stroll this year. Alfajores are made several different ways across countries like Argentina, Peru, Brazil and Chile (though many South American countries claim this cookie as their own).
Alfajores are sandwich cookies primarily found in Spanish-speaking countries, as well as southern France, the Phillipines and Brazil. They are made of shortbread-like cookies with a dulce de leche filling and are often rolled in coconut, coated with powdered sugar or dipped in chocolate.
Nochebuena Cocina boasts a fabulous Alfajores with two vanilla shortbread cookies sandwiching a soft and gooey dulce de leche. The cookie is rolled in coconut and topped with a sprinkle of powdered sugar.
Each bite into this cookie is exquisite, and I wish they had these cookies in the parks all year!
The second menu item at Nochebuena Cocina that I need to share with you is the Chai Ginger Mule. This drink is a combination of warming, comforting, autumnal spices. It is perfect to enjoy during the Florida fall heat as easily as on a chilly evening.
This warm drink features Boyd & Blair Potato Vodka. It has a refreshing yet warming flavor that is perfect for the holiday season!
If you’re heading to Epcot for the Epcot International Festival of the Holidays, you must stop at Nochebuena Cocina to try these incredible new offerings! Have you been to the festival and tried them? Let me know your thoughts!