Any recommendations for my first drink?

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  1. collegeprogram01

    collegeprogram01 Mouseketeer

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    try a Lapu Lapu at Kona Cafe in the poly. Awesome drink!:thumbsup2
     
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  3. GraceMonica

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    Bumping!

    Ill be spending my 21st birthday in WDW and don't even know where to start! (Im very sheltered, so I don't know much about alcoholic beverages to begin with! )
     
  4. LJSquishy

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    The Grand Marnier slush in France at Epcot would be a wonderful first beverage! It isn't overly strong (just perfect) and has a nice fruity orange flavor, but you can definitely taste the alcohol in it. I loved it! I didn't try the Grey Goose one but most people like both of the slushies.

    Definitely do not get a Lapu Lapu! They are very, very, very heavy on the alcohol! It was so much so that it wasn't even enjoyable to drink...well, my husband enjoyed himself...lol
     
  5. anhower

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    I discovered the Pina Colava on our trip in January and ended up having one at almost every dinner :cloud9: soooooo good! And not strong it all. I think it's basically a pina colada with bacardi razz and raspberry puree. My DH really likes the Magical Star Cocktail, but that might've been because of the glow cube he got with it :rotfl:
     
  6. incoo

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    Where was this drink ,the wife is intrigued
     
  7. DisneyDanielle85

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    A Moroccorita from the Moroccan Pavilion at EPOCT, they are auh-maz-ing! :cloud9:
     
  8. Partridge

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    IMO, you'll want something fruity, light, and frozen. ;) I think a frozen margarita with salt is the best ever first drink! It was mine at least, a very long 3 years ago.

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  9. Princess Me

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    Definitely the Grey Goose Slushie in France (Epcot). It's very refreshing and doesn't taste too alcohol-y.
     
  10. BEASLYBOO

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    O.K. Now that's a new one for me, what's in it? My current favorite margarita at Disney is the Italian one made with grappa and lemoncello liquor but a Morrocan one has captured my interest!
     
  11. waynesgirl

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    Didn't even get past this before I had to post...this was amazing! So informative...:rotfl2: :lmao:
     
  12. DisneyDetective

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    Got to be a Dark 'n' Stormy which is Ginger Beer and Burmuda Dark Rum, mmmmmm!! :goodvibes
     
  13. ShortStuff

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    I'm not much of a drinker, so I enjoy fruity drinks. I love the Welsh Dragon from England. You can order it in the pub at Rose and Crown and it comes in a cup you can keep!! It has Midori in it, which is a green liquor. Yummy!!

    I have two different cups from previous visits, and hope to get a third cup next week!

    Welsh Dragon

    Rose and Crown
    United Kingdom - Epcot

    Ingredients

    3/4 ounce peach schnapps
    3/4 ounce melon liqueur
    1/2 ounce green crème de menthe
    to taste orange juice
    to taste pineapple juice
    Method of preparation:

    Mix all ingredients together, blending well. Pour over ice. Enjoy!

    Or, what I used to drink which is similar:

    Crocodile Cooler recipe
    rating
    9.2
    Scale ingredients to servings
    1 oz Midori® melon liqueur
    1 1/2 oz vodka
    2/3 oz triple sec
    2 oz sweet and sour mix
    fill with 7-Up® soda

    Pour over ice and mix well. Garnish with a lime wheel and a straw.

    Enjoy and Happy Birthday!! :goodvibes:
     
  14. MeggerasMa

    MeggerasMa <font color=blue>Oh, let me answer (and I can only

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    I don't drink...except for those Grey Goose Slushies! They really are wonderful on a hot afternoon, gazing at the water and flowers of Epcot... just take it easy because they do go down smoothly and then the drums from several pavilions down will be playing inside your head!:cool1:
     
  15. tinktinktink

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    I'm so happy to see this thread! I've never had a drink in WDW so I'm super excited to try the grey goose slush.
     
  16. TruBlu

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    Just don't buy one and keep walking...
    You'll finish it half way around the lake & be too far away for another one!!! ;)

    Drink the first one & walk with the second one!!!

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