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!

Polynesian Lobby
Fort Wilderness: campfire
Ohanna bread pudding
Grand Floridian: Gingerbread House
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
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

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


2 thoughts on “The Smells of Disney – what do you love?

  1. Cotton candy walking into the Main St. Confectionery, chlorine smell inside pirates, waffle cones being made at the main st ice cream shop, the orange scent in the old horizon ride (i still buy orange essential oil spray and think of that)

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