The Smells of Disney – what do you love?

Alright, I’ve been trying to write this post for a while.  There are so many different scents that have meaning for Disney fans… I’ve had many conversations with family, friends, tweeps (I can’t believe I just wrote that) and even complete strangers about the smells that we all know and love from Walt Disney World.  When I heard what people had to say, I decided to make a list of some of our favorites…

What are your favorite scents, and why?  Leave a comment and there will be a second post in the future that goes into more detail, maybe shares some stories about why we love the scents we do!

Parks
Polynesian Lobby
Monorail
Fort Wilderness: campfire
Ohanna bread pudding
Grand Floridian: Gingerbread House
Fireworks
Wet pavement
Cinnamon Almonds
Epcot –
“The Scents of Soarin'” – oranges, pine forest
Skunk from Imagination
Rome burning
Norway – “Norway” – a candle version of Geir (the ‘essence of Norway’)
Norway – schulbread
American Adventure: Apple pie
American – Funnel Cake
France – warm pastries
Germany – “What’s Kuchen?” – smells from Karamelle-Kuche: chocolate and caramel, caramel popcorn, caramel apple

Magic Kingdom
Tomorrowland Speedway: gasoline, exhaust
Fresh popcorn
Mickey bar
Dolewhip
Turkey leg
Mainstreet Cinnamon Rolls
Chili dog burp
Musty Water
Cinnamon Churros

Hollywood Studios
carrot cake cookies
Lights, Motors, Action: rubber, gasoline

Animal Kingdom
Tough to be a bug: Stinkbug

Movies
B&B Beast’s Rose
B&B Pies and puddings en flambee: fruit pie smells
Gaston’s Tavern: Leather and beer

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