When I was a child traveling to Disney Parks with my family, I looked forward to two things. Attractions and churros. To me, it was hard to complete a Disney vacation without having a churro. Nowadays, I don't have them as much when I visit Tokyo Disney. My taste buds are more inclined towards Tipo Tortas these days. Once in a while, I still enjoy getting a churro and when I do, memories of my past come back and it always brings a smile to my face.
I usually get the Mickey Churro (Cinnamon) at Parkside Wagon in Tokyo Disneyland, but it is sold in other parts of the park too. If I'm not wrong, I've gotten myself a Mickey Churro (Cinnamon) at Rackety's Raccoon Saloon before. A Mickey Churro in Tokyo Disney goes for 310 yen and it comes in several flavors. In Tokyo Disneyland, there's cinnamon, strawberry and Cafe Au Lait.
In the previous blog post, I reviewed the Mickey Churro (Strawberry). That was quite disappointing. I actually have a few ideas for new flavors of churros. If you could design a flavor of churro, what would it be? Leave a comment below. I'm curious to find out.
For me, I'm thinking Black Pepper or Sriracha Sauce or Kaya. Ah-boom! That actually sounds fantastic! Kaya churro. For those of you who don't know, Kaya is coconut jam. Spread it on a slice of bread and voila. You've got yourself a hell of a breakfast. If you haven't tried it, stop reading this blog post and go get yourself a jar. This blog post talks about cinnamon churro which most of you already know about. Now, Kaya, that's something else.
What?! You're still reading?! Okay, let me make this quick then. The Mickey Churro (Cinnamon) was good. It's the best flavor of churro in Tokyo Disney. Want more information? Well, here's an idea. Leave your house for that jar of Kaya jam. While you are in the train, watch the video below. I get into more detail there. Now, go! Oh, by the way, don't use your phone if you are driving or walking. I really want you to taste Kaya, so be safe.
Honorable Rating: Mmm, This Is Good (4/5)