For those of you who don’t know, I spent thanksgiving long weekend at Blue Mountain. It was my first time and I was excited to experience Blue Mountain in the Fall. The reason you didn’t know I spent Thanksgiving at Blue Mountain because you probably didn’t read part 1 where I reviewed the breakfast and dinner I had at Blue Mountain. As promised, here is part 2 where I review the treats I had.
Mile High Poutine
Every corner we would turn we would see people holding this cup. So…. of course we had to see what the hype was about. Now, I’ve had my fair share of poutine, and some pretty good ones I must say. From the looks of this poutine, it didn’t look too good but I decided to try anyway. I was right. There was no flavour, the cheese curdles were cold which threw me off a bit. We couldn’t even finish it. It definitely was not worth it.
Royal Majesty Espresso Bar Bakery
This little espresso bar served a few drinks and baked goods. Mornings were usually full of people and rightfully so. I went here twice and got the same thing both times: a caramel macchiato. I went twice because it was that good. Quality latte. If I do go back to Blue mountain I would go again.
Royal Mountain Chocolate Factory
Whenever I go anywhere even if it’s a mini “trip” I always like to bring something back for the family to try. There’s this chocolate shop at Blue Mountain where they sell chocolate dipped apples, cookies, and a bunch of chocolate treats. I bought “seafoam” which I didn’t know what it was at first and got it because it sounded good. The lady at the shop described it as a type of toffee so that was good enough for me. It turned out ok nothing special. Family enjoyed it.
That’s it folks! That was my experience and food review of Blue Mountain in the Fall. Click here for more information on Blue Mountain. Feel free to follow me @foodiie.diary on Instagram for more food adventures!