QUICK STOP (Cinnabon And Auntie Anne’s) SHOP

When you are on a shopping spree you ought to get hungry and thirsty mid-shopping. This is where Auntie Anne’s and Cinnabon comes to the rescue.

When you aren’t hungry enough for a complete meal or just need to grab something quick to drink while continuing your spree, opt for Cinnabon. Its quick and its affordable! More importantly their open kiosks are situated at great locations, so you don’t have to walk an extra mile for a small snack or something refreshing or maybe even a sugar bite to pump you back up!

Food Review : 

9

Pretzel Pizza – The pizza base is a little chewy, but its baked on order so the piping hot cheese, the delicious marinara sauce and the extremely cheap price tag makes up for that!

Chocolate Cinnabon – The Cinnabon quality has dropped over the years. I remember the delicious chocolate filled and cream cheese glazed Cinnabon’s they served when the chain opened and now its nothing like that. They look dull, not as delicious, not enough chocolate and not enough glaze.

7

Blue Curacao Lemonade – Its one of their best drinks. Refreshing and light, its curaçao flavour gives a tangy orange taste with mild sweet under notes.

Blue Curaçao is a sweet and slightly bitter, vibrant blue coloured liqueur originally made from dried orange peels found on Curaçao, an island in the Caribbean. It is typically used to impart the blue hue of tropical skies in drinks. The Syrup used in lemonades is inspired by this liqueur and has a mild orange flavour and aroma from the peels.

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Raspberry Lemonade – It’s sweet and tastes like candy, so if you like candy you are in for a treat!

Classic Lemonade – This one is a little dull, so give it a skip. 

Overall, the kiosk is great for a quick stop to grab something to drink or get a little boost from food or sugar, so you can continue your shopping splurge!

Cinnabon Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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