Salt & Straw is heading to Disney Springs VERY soon!
The family-run ice cream chain is known for its unique, frequently changing flavors (like banana and avocado sorbet or brown ale and bacon). Salt & Straw uses locally sourced ingredients, and makes flavors that have an emphasis on community connections. While this ice cream shop already has a number of other locations — including one in Downtown Disney at Disneyland Resort — we are eagerly anticipating its April 20th opening date in Disney Springs! Until then, all we can do is drool over Salt & Straw’s latest flavor (and you might drool too because it sounds amazing!).
Salt & Straw just shared that a new flavor from their Student Inventors Series “just dropped!” Bottomless Limes! blends ribbons of Key Lime cheesecake, chunks of a golden pie crust crystallized with brown sugar and ginger, and pieces of sprinkle-covered chocolate bark.
We actually gave a sneak peek at this flavor a few weeks ago when Salt & Straw revealed their newest flavor creations, but we couldn’t help but share details about it again since it is now available!
Each inventive flavor in this series was inspired by a creative story written by a kid. The story behind Bottomless Limes! was written by 12-year-old Rae and it investigates the origins of a mysterious holiday called Hole Day, which is celebrated by hanging string lights and turtle decorations and eating key lime pie ice cream for dinner?! Sounds like a party!
You can check out the other flavors in this series and see more bizarre flavors that have appeared at Salt & Straw in the past. Could this flavor be one featured in Disney Springs? We’ll have to wait to find out! Be sure to follow DFB for all the details as this popular ice cream shop makes its Disney Springs debut!
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