Knott’s Taste of Boysenberry

One of my favorite events to go to every year is the Boysenberry Festival at Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, California. I have been going every year since it first started, with the exception of 2020 of course. This year it was renamed as Knott’s Taste of Boysenberry. Knott’s Berry Farm is known for their boysenberries and I am such a huge fan! What is a boysenberry? It is a berry that is a hybrid of: raspberry, blackberry, dewberry, and loganberry.

I took three of my sisters to the Taste of Boysenberry. (Please excuse the poor quality of my phone’s camera)

For those who have never been to a tasting event at Knott’s Berry far, here’s how it works. You buy a tasting card for each person that’s going to the event. They are $45 for adults (12+) and $25 for kids (3-11), with a slight discount for season passholders. The tasting cards work as a ticket to the event and with the tasting card, each adult gets 5 tastings of their choice and children get 3 tastings of their choice.

Knott’s Berry Farm always goes all out in decorating their theme park for every holiday and this year was no exception. We went a few weeks before Easter and it was decorated with Easter things all over the park, especially Camp Snoopy, the part of the park that is dedicated to kids.

Here are some of the foods we tried. We tried to get a mix of beverages. desserts, and actual meals/food.

This was by far one of the best things that we tried. This is the carne asada pizza. One of the most popular items on the tasting card. The only thing I didn’t like was the cilantro. I would def get this again if it was offered.
I have a sweet tooth and was so excited to try both of these. On the left are the churro bites and on the right are the funnel fries. Both were very good, very sweet, but my personal favorite was the funnel fries. They both came with a side of dipping sauce.

Knott’s Berry Farm will be opening up again next month and as a season passholder, I can’t wait to go back and get on the rides. I am also looking forward to taking my 2 year old daughter with me to Camp Snoopy in a few months.

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