21 st Birthday... How to celerbrate. What to drink

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  1. stardreamerbaby

    stardreamerbaby Earning My Ears

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    My 21st birthday is coming up and i wanted to drink around the world in epcot. What are some of the best drink to get. I like anything fruity or rumpirate::confused3. But Im up for anything please give me some suggestions. Other parks and downtown suggestions as well.
     
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  3. sephorachick

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    My favorite adult drink at WDW is at Brown Derby. It is called Peachtree Punch ( vodka,sprite,peach schnapps,grenandine,OJ) I got recipe from waitress too! :)
     
  4. Mariannekay

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    Grand Marnier slushie from France @ Epcot. Yummy :)
     
  5. Wanna be Ariel

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    A Lupa Lupa sitting on the beach at they Poly watching Wishes. This would be the best ever:thumbsup2 This is fruity and has ALOT of rum in it!!! It is a win win for you.


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  6. famousmockingbird

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    If you are drinking around the world, you should be able to find something fruity in just about every country. My favorite is the Grand Marnier Slush, because anything orange is perfect in my book. Out of Epcot, the Island Sunset at the Poly (Tambu Lounge) is delicious. I've had the Lapu Lapu, but I prefer the Island Sunset. If you like rum drinks, you'll like either one of those.
    I'm also a big fan of the Pina Colava that you find at the pool bars. DTD - I know that there are margarita stands and one stand that sells slushies and fruity drinks, but I have typically just stuck with beer there.
    Have fun and be careful!
     
  7. Disneymama01

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    Grand Marnier Slush oh soooo good!!
     
  8. MinnieTink

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    I love the Lapu Lapu at the Polynesian...but be careful because there is a lot of rum in there!:drinking1
    Also have enjoyed La Cava del Tequila in Epcot-Mexico. They have lots of different flavors of margaritas, from avocado to my DH's favorite, habanero!
    I have to say tho, many people love the Grey Goose/grand marnier Slushies but I am not really a fan. I mean they taste ok but so weak.
     
  9. KMcCP

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    Since the wonders of the Lapu have been mentioned- I thought I'd mention a new one I tried this time around. In China they have a newish drink called Tispy Ducks in Love. It's like an iced mocha with a added kick. Very good! BUT- don't mix too many different things - you don't want to end up sick ,
     
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    One of my absolute favorites! :thumbsup2
     
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    Interesting! Will have to put that on the list to try...I have been meaning to stop by China for a Cantaloopy but haven't had one yet.
     
  12. wdwpirates

    wdwpirates Don't lose ya soul cuz it's all ya got. - DH

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    The Back Scratcher @ The Poly! YUMMO!
     
  13. stardreamerbaby

    stardreamerbaby Earning My Ears

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    Wow thanx everyone. Do u have any suggestions for downtown Disney as well
     
  14. smiths02

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    I liked the Lapu, Lapu...but maybe I just have a high tolerance (which is strange b/c I hardly ever drink) b/c I had that AND a pina colada at Ohana and I could still walk straight ;) And yet everyone talks about how much rum is in it. :confused3
     
  15. smiths02

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    Rainforest Cafe has a really yummy punch drink...I can't recall the name though
     
  16. Jubilee

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    Agreed. Best Disney alcoholic drink, non-beer or wine.


    I have had the Lapu Lapu twice now, and once was even post-Disney race treat and I have TIW so I got a discount, and honestly, it's overrated and not a lot of beverage at all. It is the size amount of beverage as a small rocks glass in there. It's basically rum and fruit juice is what it tastes like.
     
  17. stardreamerbaby

    stardreamerbaby Earning My Ears

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    Does anyone know how much wine tasting is at france
     
  18. butiflfeet

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    A Lapu Lapu at the Poly and a margarita at La Cava del Tequila are must do's for every trip. The Rose and Crown Pub also has some nice choices that aren't as boozy if that's more your flavor. The Grey Goose slushes in France are yummy too :thumbsup2
     
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    Since you asked about Epcot. These are some of my favorites when I drink around the world!!

    Morocco-Moroccarita - Vodka, lemon & lime juice, triple sec

    Canada- Torontopolitan - Iceberg vodka, Chambord, cranberry and orange juice

    Chine- Canto Loopy - with vodka and cantaloupe juice
     
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    France: Grey Goose Slushie
    Germany: Oktoberfest

    Polynesian: Lapu Lapu, Raspberry Rain, Mai Tai
     
  21. NikkiLovesWDW!

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    I much prefer the Grey Goose Slushie at the France kiosk to the Gran Marnier....but try both! ;)

    I'm a big fan of the frozen margaritas at the stand in Mexico too. The Morrocorita is good but very sweet.
     

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