Best Drinks at Disney World

Whether you’re looking for a nice latte, beer, or simply a soda, Disney has it all. Orlando’s Disney World offers great drinks, and each of its separate parks has something new and great to quench your thirst. In this article, I would like to outline the best drinks at Disney World, separated by park. 

Best Drinks at Disney World

Alcoholic Beverages Around Disney World

Along with the classical air of magic and beauty found in the shadow of the castle, you can find plenty of great drinks in this section of the park. 

Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom offers beer, wine, and champagne, but for more cocktails, you will have to leave the park. Each of the park’s full-service restaurants serves alcohol. 

There are many of these throughout the Magic Kingdom, and they include Tony’s Town Square Restaurant, Liberty Tree Tavern, Jungle Navigation Co Ltd. Skipper Canteen, Cinderella’s Royal Table, Be Our Guest Restaurant, The Crystal Palace, The Diamond Horseshoe, and the Plaza Restaurant. 

Alcoholic beverages tend to fit the theme of the restaurant they are found in. Ie. you can find glitz, sparkle, and princess-themed drinks in Cinderella’s Royal Table, along with Cinderella herself. Many of these restaurants pack up quite a waiting list, and you will need to make reservations in advance. 

Outside of the Park, the hotels offer great drink selections as well. The Contemporary, Polynesian, or Grand Floridian are a monorail stop away. 

Epcot

One of the best alcoholic beverage experiences that you can have at Disney is the Epcot Wine Walk. This is an official Disney experience, though it is kept under wraps by Disney’s advertising. The Wine Walk allows you to drink wines from many different countries, all located in the park itself. 

Wine is gotten from three World Showcase Pavillions, and the experience includes six 2-Ounce pours of wine. This costs $30 total–a steal for the amount of wine and keepsakes you end up with. You can purchase this at the France, Italy, or Germany wine outlets, then make your way around. 

Another perk is that the card is not dated, so you do not have to use the whole thing in one day. You are able to come back at another time. The total amount of wine that you get through the samples amounts to about 12 ounces or about 2.5 restaurant portions of wine. This can be seen as a low amount, yet you are able to taste a very wide variety of wines and to bring home your glass, as well. 

A downside to the experience is also that it is only offered in three out of the many parks. Wine prices typically range from $5 to $11, so for the amount you are getting, you pretty much come even. 

Perhaps you want to start in France, where you can get your wine fix at Les Vins de France. You will have to make sure that you arrive on time for the experience, which includes shows along with your wine. The wines on the French menu include Pinot Noir, Vouvray, Avive Grapefruit Rose Sparkling Wine, Miraval, Pouilly-Fuissé, Chateau Tour de Segur, Chateauneuf-de -Pape, and Sauternes. These tastings enable you to get an authentic taste from different regions in France. 

Another stop on the wine tour is Enoteca in the Italian section of Epcot. The restaurant serves a wide range of white, red, and sparkling wines, ranging in price from $7 to $13. These include the Chianti Classico Reservo from Banfi, the Aska from Banfi, Amarone from Sartori, Brunell di Montalcino from Castello Banfi, Barolo from Luca Bosio, Lamuri from Nero D’Avola, and Regolo from Sartori. 

For whites, choose from Chardonnay from Bolla, Pinot Grigio from Castello Banfi San Angelo, and Roma from Fontana Candida. Then, for sparkling wines, find Lambrusco from Chiarli and Moscato D’Asti from Ceretto S. Stefano. Other Italian beverages offered by the restaurant include Sambuca and Limoncello. 

Germany may be more well known for its beer, but in Epcot, it is also included on the Wine Tour. You can stop at the Weinkeller in the German section of the park to get your fill. The regular menu includes more than 20 options for wine, beer, liquor, and cider. Wines include, for white:  P.J Valckenberg Gewurtztraminer, Franz Keller Pinot Gris, Madonna Liebfraumilch, Madonna Spatlese, Selbach Oster Spatlese, Friedrich Wilhelm Gymnasium Kabinett, Schloss Vollrads Q&A. 

The red wine selection features Affentaler Monkey Pinot Rose, Hex Von Dosenstein Pinot Noir, and Graffen Neipperg Lemberger. There is one sparkling wine: Schlumberger Brut Classic, and three dessert wines: Heinz Eifel Shine Sweet Dornfelder, Gunderlach Messidor Beerenaulese, and Adelseck Eiswein. Among these,  there is also a wonderful selection of German beers and ciders. For $5, you can also get a cheese tray with a pretzel stick on top to compliment your drinks. 

All wine walk info got here: https://www.disneybyage.com/epcot-wine-walk/

Best Cocktails at Disney  

You can find crazy, incredible cocktails, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic throughout the park. 

Best Drinks at Disney World

Some of the best include these. 

Pepper’s Ghost

While not exactly in the park, this drink is found at the Abracadabra in Disney’s Boardwalk Resort. The bar is decked out with magic-themed entertainment, decorations, and drinks. The drink is made with Ciroc Pineapple Vodka, Habanero Lime, and ground pepper. It pays homage to John Henry Pepper’s illusion technique that is used in the Haunted Mansions ballroom to make the dancing ghosts look so realistic. 

Avocado Margarita

This is found inside La Cava del Tequila and La Hacienda de San Angel, Mexico Pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase. It’s a unique, Mexican twist on a beloved drink. The perfect way to cool off and have fun at such an exciting place and event. 

Rose Gold Margarita

You can find this one at the Barefoot Pool Bar at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. It’s made with Lunazul Reposado Tequila with mango, guava, and ginger. All the best pink and gold flavors. The whole thing is finished off with a gold-dyed sugar rim. 

Violet Sake– Epcot World’s Showcase

This drink is as pretty as it is tasty. Found in the Japan pavilion at Epcot World Showcase, this is made with sake, purple pear, and lime juice. The whole thing is topped off with a lemon. 

Spiked Dole Whip

This tasty concoction can be bought in Animal Kingdom. You can find it at Tamu Tamu Refreshments in the Africa section of Animal Kingdom. You are given the choice of either dark rum or coconut with your dole whip. Dole whip, if you’re unfamiliar, is a frozen pineapple-flavored treat. 

Sweet Tea Shine

Find this spiked southern classic at Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ in Disney Springs. Made with sweet tea, lemon, and moonshine, this is a perfectly delicious Disney drink. Goes great with the southern food found at the restaurant, which includes fried chicken and hummingbird cake. 

Blueberry Lemonade 

Try this mixed marvel at The Boathouse in Disney Springs. This drink is made with Stoli Blueberry, Deep Eddy Lemon Vodka, homemade lemonade, and a garnish of fresh blueberries. Easy on the eyes, sweet to the taste. 

Proud Marys

You can find these at Fin’s Bar, located in Disney’s Dolphin Resort. Add a kick to your trip with this mix

Shrunken Head Zombie

Definitely one of the most uniquely packed drinks on this list, this comes in a zombie head-shaped cup. The drink can be found at Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto in Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. It’s made with a mixture of dark rum, reserve rum, eight-year rum, tropical juices, and cinnamon. A spooky, tropical twist for your trip. 

Snow Leopard Salvation

Found in the Nomad Lounge, in Disney’s Animal Kingdom park. This refreshing concoction is made with mint, vodka, pear liqueur, lime juice, and ginger beer. It’s a unique twist on the flavors typically found in a Moscow mule. 

Glow-Tini

This drink shines like a Disney firework show. It’s made with Citrus vodka, peach Schnapps, Blue Curacao, and Pineapple Juice with a sugared rim. The best part–a glow cube lighting up the whole thing, that you’re able to take home. 

Magical Star

Another glowing drink, this one is made from mango and passion liquor, pineapple juice, and a pink glow cube. The whole thing shines out a beautiful pink light. 

The Conjurita

Also found at Disney’s Abracabar, this is a color-changing margarita!

Fiesta Margarita

Another aesthetically pleasing option. This consists of layers of frozen lime margarita, frozen passion fruit margarita, and frozen strawberry prickly-pear margarita. You can find it in La Cava Del Tequila, Mexico Pavilion, in Epcot’s World Showcase

The Ice Cream Martini

This yummy drink (or, more of a dessert) consists of two scoops of house-made ice cream in a martini glass. The whole thing is topped with a shot of rum from Martinique, Grand Marnier, or Whipped Cream vodka. This lovely drink is found in Chefs de France, in the French section of Epcot

Sparkling Belvedere

This is located close to the park in nearby Disney Springs. You can buy it in Morimoto Asia. The drink consists of vodka, Calpico, cranberry juice, and sparkling Rose Champagne. A tasty, glittering delight to top off your vacation with. 

Raptor Rita

Also found in Disney Springs, this drink is made at the T-Rex restaurant. (hence the name). It’s made of silver tequila, sweet and sour mix, and orange liqueur. The whole drink comes in a large T-Rex themed glass with salt on the rim, garnished with lime. 

Caveman Punch

Another great option from T-Rex in Disney Springs. This colorful drink is made with spiced rum, Banana Liquor, Peach Tree Schnapps, and tropical juices. It’s topped with varied pieces of tropical fruit. 

What About Coffee?


If you need to rev yourself up, there are plenty of delicious caffeinated options at Disney World. There are six Starbucks locations, for all of your favorite classic lattes, frappuccinos, and cold brew galore, plus other Disney-owned cafes throughout the park. Here are some of the best options that you can find. 

Moorish Coffee

You can find this tasty treat in the Tangerine Cafe located Epcot’s Morocco Pavilion. This is a sweet, foamy coffee drink flavored with cinnamon and nutmeg. Plus, it’s a steal at $3.50 per cup. 

Cappuccino Glace

This next sweet drink is found in L’Artisan des Glaces, located in the France Pavilion in Epcot’s World Showcase. It consists of your choice of ice cream flavor, with cold-pressed espresso poured over the top. 

S’Mores Latte

This yummy concoction can be bought at Territory Lounge in the Wilderness Lodge. This latte is flavored with marshmallows and chocolate, then topped with whipped cream and graham crackers. It can be ordered hot or over ice. 

Mustang Coffee

This next coffee drink can be found in the Nomad Lounge in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. For adults only, this drink is a mix of Crown Royal, brown sugar, and butter with hot coffee. This makes for a smooth, sweet treat with a bite. 

Doppio

Found at the Vivoli il Gelato in Disney Springs, this is the most authentically Italian coffee that you can find at Disney. A Doppio is a strong double shot of espresso, a small batch of hot coffee that will perk you up instantly. 

Tipsy Ducks in Love

Another adults-only drink that can be found at Joy of Tea in Epcot’s China Pavilion. It’s an iced drink made from a mixture of cold tea and coffee, plus some bourbon and chocolate, all topped off with whipped cream. It’s a fun, sweet way to wake up. 

These are only a few of the great drinks that you can find at Orlando’s Walt Disney World. From sweet to savory to out of this world, there is a never-ending variety to try from. These drinks allow you to try new flavors, cool off in the hot sun, or get in some caffeine. All of them help to truly capture and enhance the magic of Disney World–whether that be through color-changing liquids or a unmatchably sweet chocolate mocha sauce. 

Best Drinks at Disney World

12 thoughts on “Best Drinks at Disney World

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    The Mexico pavilion is a must for me. I love the tequila bar and may or may not have spent a few hours there. 🙂 Every one of their margaritas is fantastic. I also enjoy the grey goose slushes in France. Those are phenomenal. I have had the Moorish coffee before and it is delicious. I’ve yet to be able to drink the world in Epcot but I’m always eager to try. Great list!

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    Wow, some of those drinks I have never heard of before. Who knew that Disney World would cater to adults and offer some of these types of drinks. I think there is a reason why everyone loves visiting there. I haven’t been there in many years and never had a cocktail when visiting. I guess this is a sign to visit. Your blog post definitely serves as a reminder to do so.

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    Love the pictures you have in this post. The drinks look delicious. I’m not much of an alcohol drinker but occasionally I’ll enjoy a nice fruity cocktail. I enjoyed reading this Disney World drink guide.

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    I really found this post very interesting as I don’t think of drinks or drinking when I think of Disney. Naturally, people will get thirsty while travelling across the various parks so it’s great to know that there is a good selection available. Love the way that they theme the drinks according to the location.

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    I love that there are so many options! I knew that they did a good job at catering to different people, but had no idea that there really was something for everyone like this (or something for every mood that you may feel throughout your trip). I could really go with a Mustang Coffee to work through this hump day haha

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    I think that I need to plan my trip and taste all of these to know which one is the best one!

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    I didn’t think I would have seen drinks I have ay at Disney World in this post but who would have known. Pepper’s Ghost & Blueberry Lemonade are freakin so good!!!! Now I have a whole like I can have next time I visit. Thank you.

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    Spiked Dole whip. oh, my… that sounds dangerous. This is one of those moments where I wish I lived closer so I could try all these delicious concoctions PS glad to hear the wine experience can be stretched over several days. Otherwise, also dangerous. 🙂

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    I really like some of their stand alone coffee carts! They really take their time to make the coffee just right. Some of these other drinks sound great as well, thanks for sharing this.

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    I’d love to try all of the Disney cocktails, I’m a huge Disney fan and I’d be a fun bucketlist challenge for me.

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    So many choices! Thank you for the thorough guide through the selection of all available beverages at Disney World. With such a large assortment, it’s easy to get drunk! 🙂 I’ve never had a desire to go to Disney World because of the crowds and lines, but it sounds like there is much joy not only for kids but also for their parents. Parents, drink responsibly! LOL

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