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Top Three Drinks In Each Walt Disney World Park

Walt Disney World Resort is known for offering some of the best bites, delectable dining options, and overall tantalizing tastes in general. This also rings true when considering their seemingly boundless beverage concoctions. With all four parks now serving alcohol and the plentiful other provisions that stand proudly on their own without a spirited inclusion, you may rest assured that you will find satisfying and savory sips wherever your travels take you. Choosing which beverage deserves the crowning honor of being the very best of the best, however, is a difficult undertaking. So, here we’ve rounded up our top three picks currently available in each Disney Park.


Magic Kingdom

3. LeFou’s Brew – This non-alcoholic concoction is the signature drink at Gaston’s Tavern, located in Fantasyland. A hit with all ages, LeFou’s Brew is an icy mocktail that blends together frozen apple juice with subtle hints of toasted marshmallow and is garnished with all-natural passion fruit-mango foam. Make this refreshing choice even more memorable by having it served up in a souvenir keepsake stein.

Le Fou's Brew
LeFous Brew At Gaston’s Tavern

2. Schweitzer Slush – Since opening over in Adventureland, the Jungle Cruise-themed table service restaurant Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen has been both a hit and a hoot. In keeping with the well-natured antics and humor of the ride, many of the menu offerings keep with the comical theme, naming signature dishes after various characters, places, or other plotted references. On that note, we turn our attention to the Schweitzer Slush—named for Dr. Albert Slush, a noted explorer and humanitarian credited with being the very first crafter of this creative compilation. The unique blending of frozen apple juice and passion fruit, adorned with a crown of bursting green apple boba balls is a refreshing favorite that can be enjoyed by all ages. While Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen does present a wide range of spirited libations as well, this alcohol-free specialty remains an undeniable house favorite among thirsty visitors of all ages.


1. Mimosa – In regards to more spirited drink options, now that Magic Kingdom Park has joined other Disney Parks in serving alcohol, plenty of provisions can be found at some of your favorite establishments. Obvious newbies include Be Our Guest Restaurant and the previously referenced Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper, but did you know that some of your longtime favorite haunts now feature specialty spirited concoctions as well? Consider the case for Cinderella’s Royal Table, that well-known regal feasting favorite housed right onsite within Cinderella Castle. It’s not just for kids as now-grown kids at heart and newcomer adults can attest to. And their impressive array of drink options drives home this point with everything from fine wines and champagnes to specialty cocktails alike. And on that note, we can’t overlook what has been deemed by many to be a house favorite—their own Mimosa with Paul Cheneau Lady of Spain Cava and Orange Juice. The overall description for this signature specialty is pretty self-explanatory. You don’t have to be a Master Sommelier to know this regal refresher takes the crown.



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