Whether you’re headed to Disney World with kids or just for a weekend retreat with friends, there’s more to this theme park than simply rides: The Drinking. Disney has a surprisingly well-stocked and well appointed collection of bespoke-like cocktails and tasty brews well worth the trip.
Drinking at Disney World
Regardless of whether you’re into a boozy top of the line slushy, an imaginative new mixed drink, or a portion of the best frosted tea in the parks, there’s something for everyone at the most magical place on Earth.
I invite you to grab your Disney World tickets and indulge in Disney’s enhanced lemonades, bubbly milkshakes, and a couple of unforeseen amazements, right along these lines.
Tastes of the World
Avoid the Sprite! At Disney Springs’ Coca-Cola Store, visitors can test a plate of sixteen soft drinks from around the world or even appreciate them as smaller than usual frozen yogurt skims.
Enjoy a chill off reprieve at Beauty and the Beast-themed Gaston’s Tavern, whose fruity froth topped squeezed apple is one of the best slushes in the Magic Kingdom.
This intense mix of rum, guava, mint, and espresso is one of the works of art at Animal Kingdom’s Nomad Lounge, and is so delightful, it can even be made without liquor.
The American Dream
Experience each day like you’re pulling for Team U.S.A. at Epcot’s Fife and Drum Tavern, where this solidified strawberry, vanilla, and blue raspberry slushy is Instagram gold.
You can have it both ways with this sprinkle-rimmed delicacy over at Coronado Springs’ Rix Lounge.
This chilly lager offered at Epcot’s Kabuki Cafe brings new meaning to the expression “a frosty one.”
It sounds insane, beyond any doubt, yet this tasty frozen margarita from Epcot’s Mexico Pavilion is a long-lasting group top pick—and, obviously, runs well with guacamole.
Grand Marnier Orange Slush
The most tasteful solidified mixed drink you can discover at Disney World is this choice from Epcot’s France Pavilion, which offers a Gray Goose Citron form also.
Safari Amber Lager
Try not to miss this custom mix, accessible solely at Walt Disney World, which is on draft all through Animal Kingdom, Animal Kingdom Lodge resort, and Africa Coolpost in Epcot.
When you blend plum wine, white wine, and mix with crisp Asian pears and apple plums, you get a Morimoto Asia blend that matches its perfect tableside introduction.
Not only is Epcot’s Morocco Pavilion its most stunning, but it also has some of the best tea in all of Disney. Order it hot for a crisp lift me-up, or frosted for hot summer evenings.
Smoking White Sangria
The greater part of the mixed drinks at Todd English’s Bluezoo are one of a kind, however this blend really satisfies its name.
There’s plenty to write home about when you’re talking about this over the top, dinosaur-stuffed T-Rex eatery, but this cotton candy filled sweet mixed drink should almost certainly be at the top of the list.
Strawberry Oolong Tea Slush
Ideal for a sticky summer day, this frozen drink from Joy of Tea at Epcot’s China Pavilion is a reliable (and delicious!) choice.
Polynesian Village Resort’s Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto is the ideal place to taste dynamite tiki drinks—and, for this situation, an actual boatload of rum.
Skip the Starbucks lines for a day and enjoy this green tea frozen treat from Epcot’s Tokyo Dining.
Spiked Gelato Shakes
Combine a mixed drink and milkshake in one at D-Luxe Burger, where the over-the-top inventions come in astonishing combos, such as Vanilla Porter and Smoked Bourbon.
Boba in Magic Kingdom?! Trust it! This frozen fruity favorite is only available at the Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Captain Canteen.
Salted Caramel Manhattan
Bourbon, Sweet Vermouth, salted caramel syrup, and a sprinkle of pineapple juice—there’s no need for a pastry after one these drinks from Mizner’s Lounge at Grand Floridian Resort.
You could have a regular old cup of joe to help wake up, however this sweet lift me-up from Wilderness Lodge’s Roaring Fork will feel so much better.
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