Handmade Candy canes are back at Disneylandby Leah Zanolla
Nov 23, 2012
A popular Disneyland tradition is back on Main Street U.S.A. this holiday season, as well as at a new location in Disney California Adventure. Handmade candy canes are being made and sold for the holiday season. This treat is so popular with guests that people arrive early to the park just to get in line for the opportunity to buy one. Canes will be available November 23, 26, 30, December 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 23 and 24 at Candy Palace at Disneyland and November 24, 27, December 1, 4, 8, 11, 15, 18, 22, and 25 at Trolley Treats at Disney California Adventure. The candy canes are made fresh each day in a heat-sealed kitchen. Through a window, guests can watch their treats being made by three trained candy makers. Normally three batches are made each day, which amounts to about 135 candy canes.
The price is $12.99 each. Wristbands are distributed at shop opening, which entitle guests to purchase one candy cane at the designated location.
Read more about the making of these special treats here.
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