REVIEW: Lemon Tea Cake Kicks Off Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration at Disneyland

Even though the “100 Years of Wonder” celebration doesn’t officially kick off at Disneyland for a few more weeks, the party’s getting started early with the Lemon Tea Cake at Jolly Holiday Bakery Café. It’s available at multiple locations across both parks. A Lemon Chiffon Pie is also available.

Lemon Tea Cake – $6.99

Lemon Curd with Lemon Zest Glaze

When it comes to an anniversary this big, it doesn’t matter when you eat your cake! These adorable little loaves are accented with a silver-colored milk chocolate medallion, which features Flora, Fauna, and Merriweather from “Sleeping Beauty” flying around the Disney100 logo.

It’s faint in the counter display, but “Years of Wonder” is written in white beneath the “100.”

This is a sweet, dense pound cake with a ribbon of lemon down the center. It’s very lemon-flavored if you only eat the middle of the cake, but when balanced with the rest of the tea-flavored cake around it, the whole thing comes together to be a little more palatable.

It’s sweet, but not overly so, and would go well with a nice cup of tea.

We enjoyed it for what it was, but it’s not our favorite treat on the menu here at Jolly Holiday. You can also find the Lemon Tea Cake at Alien Pizza Planet in Tomorrowland, and the Cappuccino cart in Disney California Adventure.

The Disney 100 Years of Wonder Celebration officially kicks off at the Disneyland Resort on January 27, but early signs of the fun to come have slowly emerged around the parks, like Disney100-themed plates, cups, and popcorn boxes.

Watch our video review below of the two new Disney 100 Years of Wonder treats at Disneyland Resort.

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