The confection is part of the park's Flower & Garden Festival, taking place all spring long.

By Shay Spence
March 07, 2019 05:44 PM

An Instagram-famous cotton candy trend that originated on the streets of China has made its way to Walt Disney World.

Making its debut for Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival, which started on Wednesday, the stunningly beautiful 5-Layered Spring Fantasy Cotton Candy is a can’t-miss menu item if you’re planning a spring visit to the parks.

It can be found at the Lotus House in the China Pavilion at the World Showcase, and if you want to get all five layers, it’s going to set you back $15. But according to the Disney Food Blog—the leading authority on all things edible at Disney—it’s worth making the trip over there just to see the process, as they hand-spin it in plain sight for a magical viewing experience.

Disney Food Blog

You can also get various 2-layer, 3-layer, and 4-layer cotton candies for a lower price. Disney Food Blog notes that despite all the beautiful colors, there is no detectable difference in the flavor of each.

Though it’s only been on the menu for one day, park-goers have already been posting the mesmerizing confection on Instagram and racking up the likes.

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Though vendors in China have been making similar designs for years, we first noticed the trend in 2015, when Instagram videos of intricate flower-shaped cotton candy started popping up everywhere. Disney’s version is not quite as breathtaking as those ones, but it’s definitely a solid attempt.

The Epcot Flower & Garden Festival is taking place from March 6 through June 3, so you’ve still got some time to book your trip.