We’ve already brought you along to all of the booths at the 2020 Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival.
Now we are headed outside the park and into Downtown Disney for even more Food and Wine Festival treats!
Ralph Brennan’s Jazz Kitchen may be famous for their creole cooking, but today we took a stroll on the sweeter side of Bourbon Street to see how they do cocktails!
That’s where we met up with the Creole Cobbler! This Food and Wine Festival cocktail costs $14 and features Beefeater Gin, Santhenay Crème de Peche, Fresh Lemon Juice, and Orange Bitters.
This drink tasted just like how we like our jazz — SMOOTH! In fact, it went down so smoothly, it should probably come with a warning label!
You have now until April 21st, 2020 to grab the Creole Cobber and all the other Food and Wine Festival offerings! Now where’d we leave our saxophone?
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Would you try the Creole Cobbler Cocktail? Let us know in the comments!