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Hope they serve both the regular and swirl.

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Zimmy said:
Kyle said:
This makes me so happy since I just moved back from Hawaii! My life is complete!

I love the original Dole Whip and other baked goods at the Dole Plantation.  I used to stop there on my way to the shrimp truck when I went to HI for business.
I really think shrimp truck style food would be amazing for F&WF, and any of the Dole baked goods/macadamia nuts of course!
 
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I really hope they utilize it for Food & Wine Festival maybe by moving the Hawaii booth over there and offering floaters of Macadamia Nut rum/liqueur (ok, so that's a straight copy of Epcot's Flower & garden festival menu but I wouldn't complain)
 
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Zimmy said:
Kyle said:
This makes me so happy since I just moved back from Hawaii! My life is complete!

I love the original Dole Whip and other baked goods at the Dole Plantation.  I used to stop there on my way to the shrimp truck when I went to HI for business.

This is cool.

I'm going to HI for the first time this summer.

Edit: that was off-topic so... Dole Whips are... *thinking*... I have not had this product so perhaps I will experience it for the first time at the park. It better live up to the reputation you guys have set or ELSE.
 
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I have to say that i was disappointed with this treat. Maybe i am not remembering correctly, but the dole whip here does not seem the same as at disneyworld. This tastes like frozen pineapple juice. I thought they disneyworld one was more like pineapple ice cream. Again, i might not be remembering right.
 
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I tried the Dole whip last night and it definitely seems a little more icy than the WDW Dole whip, but that could be because the WDW Dole whips are served outdoors in the Florida heat so they are a bit wetter versus being served indoors at Roman Frieze. Having had an Adventureland Dole whip as recently as August, the taste seemed almost identical to me.
 
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Unagi said:

I want to say that I was expecting something like the picture on the left. I think it looked more like the pineapple side of right side picture. It was refreshing, just not what I was expecting. It will probably be very nice on a hot day.
 
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jpcommons said:
Unagi said:

I want to say that I was expecting something like the picture on the left.  I think it looked more like the pineapple side of right side picture.  It was refreshing, just not what I was expecting.  It will probably be very nice on a hot day.
Now that I've finally had it myself, I can confirm that the version the park is using is identical to the original Dole Plantation recipe/mix. Very delicious, and brings back good memories of living in Hawaii! When I got mine, it looked like the left side of the photo shown above by Unagi, which is the original. Truthfully, I was very impressed to find it was the original plantation version, but very happy nonetheless! Enjoy everyone! Hopefully it's here to stay!
 

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Your picture looks different than what I got.  I was hoping for something like what you got.  Is it possible they have both versions?  One being the fruitier no cream version and one being a more ice creamy version.  Maybe I just ordered wrong.
 
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The $3+ markup over DIS is a bit greedy all things considering even considering how aggressive DIS on their pricing.

I get the fact that you get a Pineapple and more than at DIS, but still. You are paying for the pineapple more or less than the end product. $3+ doesn't justify the means to an end here if all you want is the soft serve and could care less around the pineapple.

$7+ are BGW beer prices and I for one take issue at that($5 if you have the stein).

They need to offer this in the cups similar to DIS and it would be a mint. I was just at DIS and it was nothing short of a 15+ min wait just to get to the counter at Aloha Isle to order and another 5+ just to get your order.

Otherwise I for one for will skip it and wait as I have for many years for my next trip to DIS and visit MK or Poly and get it.
 
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acrossdapark said:
The $3+ markup over DIS is a bit greedy all things considering even considering how aggressive DIS on their pricing.

I get the fact that you get a Pineapple and more than at DIS, but still. You are paying for the pineapple more or less than the end product. $3+ doesn't justify the means to an end here if all you want is the soft serve and could care less around the pineapple.

$7+ are BGW beer prices and I for one take issue at that($5 if you have the stein).

They need to offer this in the cups similar to DIS and it would be a mint. I was just at DIS and it was nothing short of a 15+ min wait just to get to the counter at Aloha Isle to order and another 5+ just to get your order.

Otherwise I for one for will skip it and wait as I have for many years for my next trip to DIS and visit MK or Poly and get it.

When I visited last week I asked the cashier if you could get it without the pineapple and she said yes in a cup or cone. Asked how much they were and she just said it's cheaper but didn't give a price. I would have ordered one to find out but it was 15 minutes before closing and it was 40 degrees outside.
 
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