Review: Mexico Serves Delicious New Drinks, Plus Delicious Tostadas and Tacos at EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival 2022

Mexico is a staple of the EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival and usually returns every year with a new menu and drink items. For Festival 2022, this market is back with two new dishes, tostadas and tacos, along with two new margaritas!

Mexico Market Menu at EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival

food:

  • 🆕 Taco Al Pasteur: Roasted pork belly on a corn tortilla with black beans, pineapple, pickled onions, and chives (gluten/suitable for wheat) – $7.50
  • 🆕 Tostada de Barbacoa: Beef Barbacoa on a fried corn tortilla with chipotle black beans, verde salsa, Mexican crema, queso fresco, and chives (gluten/wheat-friendly) — $8.00
  • Capirotada de Chocolate: Abuelita chocolate bread pudding served with Chocolate Crème Anglaise—$6.00

Drinks:

  • Mexican Craft Beer – $5.00 for 6 oz., $10.00 for 12 oz.
  • 🆕 Blood Orange Witch Margherita: Centinela Blanco Tequila ($46 a bottle), blood orange aperitif, gooseberry-infused vodka, and Prosecco served on the rocks with Pink Peppercorns and Sweet Dried Chile Salt Rim – $12.50
  • 🆕 Takes 2 to Mango Margarita: Mezcal Ilegal Joven ($30 a bottle), Mango Purée, Nixta Corn Liqueur ($36 a bottle), Rum and Ancho Chile Lime served on the rocks with Hibiscus-Salt Rim – $12.00

Photos of menu items from Mexico market at the EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival

*NEW* Taco al Pastor – $7.50

Roasted pork belly shepherd on corn tortillas with black beans, pineapple, pickled onions, and chives

The pineapple in the taco is tangy, and the pork is really nice.

We prefer this over tostada de barbacoa (below), although neither pair well with margaritas.

*NEW* Tostada de Barbacoa – $8.00

Beef barbacoa on a fried corn tortilla with chipotle black beans, green salsa, Mexican crema, queso fresco, and chives.

This is a bit messy and cute. Reminds us of Taco Bell.

The tostada was crunchy, but the barbacoe could have used more seasoning and cheese.

Capirotada de Chocolate – $6.00

Aboletta chocolate bread pudding served with English cream chocolate

This is a baking dessert, so if you’re not someone who likes these, this isn’t for you. It became very gelatinous very quickly, and the chocolate cream hardened quickly as well. It’s a huge portion for what they charge. It must be wet.

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Mexican Craft Beer (5% ABV) – $5.00 per 6-ounce serving. $10.00 for 12 oz.

If there was a cheap rip Sol, a cheap chop of Corona, this beer would be it.

*NEW* Blood Orange Charm Margarita: Centinela Blanco Tequila ($46 a bottle) – $12.50

Aperitif blood orange, vodka infused with black currant, and Prosecco on the rocks with pink pepper and a rim of sweet dried chile salt.

this is very good. It doesn’t taste much like alcohol. The blood orange flavor is more present. It contains tequila and vodka, but we only noticed tequila.

No bubbles from Prosecco. The pepper was a bit crunchy. It was fresh and salty. It is better to turn it over beforehand.

*NEW* Takes 2 to Mango Margarita: Mezcal Ilegal Joven ($30 a bottle) – $12.00

Mango Purée, Nixta Corn Liqueur ($36 a bottle), Rum and Ancho Chile Lime Juice Served on the Rocks with Hibiscus Salt

This is smoked and we can taste the mezcal with a light stroke of mango.

It’s fun and not tyrannical. It has a smoky and delicious flavor with a slightly fruity aftertaste.

Mexico market location at the EPCOT International Food and Wine Festival

The Mexico Marketplace is conveniently located on the water side of the World Showcase Promenade, next to La Cantina de San Angel. You can find it in number 10 on the map below.

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