Favorite Drinks around the world

JodyLynC

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Sep 7, 2001
Please tell me about some of your favorite drinks around the parks.

Alcoholic?
Non-alcoholic?
Coffee? (cold, hot, or frozen)
 

epcotobsessed

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May 1, 2018
Margaritas in Mexico - outside stand or in La Cava, love them all
Tipsy Ducks in Love - China
Lemon Grey Goose slushie - France
 

hereforthechurros

Here for the spring rolls too
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Dec 26, 2017
There are a few versions of boozy dole whip around the parks (AK, pineapple lanai and tiki terrace, sometimes Epcot) that are so good. Spikey Pineapple with a 151 floater is my fave. Also at Poly from Tambu lounge is the infamous lapu lapu. It’s served in a pineapple - it doesn’t get more vacationy than that! I also love the backscratcher which comes with an actual backscratcher.

avocado margarita from La Cava in Epcot (Mexico)

white ale from the Norway beer cart
 
  • Carolyn Louise

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    Dec 23, 2014
    In Epcot specifically: Harp's lager in England, sake in Japan, the dark beer in Germany (I always forget the name until I see it) and the tequila flight in La Cava in Mexico.

    Elsewhere--nothing especially is springing to mind. I'm picky about my booze and don't like overly sweetened drinks.

    For coffee, I vastly prefer Joffrey's to Starbucks.
     

    Ben E N

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    Jul 14, 2017
    Margaritas in Mexico - outside stand or in La Cava, love them all
    Tipsy Ducks in Love - China
    Lemon Grey Goose slushie - France
    Those were literally the exact three that I was going to post. I highly recommend going into La Cava.
    Be warned, though, the margarita and Tipsy Ducks are both pretty potent beverages.

    One more to add. Konig Ludwig beer in Germany is a very good wheat ale if that's your sort of thing.
     

    PVTim

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    Resorts: Backscratcher or Pago Pago Painkiller at the Polynesian- it is not a real Disney vacation until I have had both!

    Disney Springs: Rumshine punch at Homecomin- it is delicious but so potent

    Parks: Canto Loopy at the Joy of Tea and Grown-Up's Lemonade at Woody's lunchbox- both are just the right amount of punch without being overly sweet.
     

    jennyq87

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    Avocado margarita in the Mexico pavilion in Epcot is a MUST for me every trip! Same with an iced latte with Bailey's from Joffrey's 😍
     
  • Vickie1016

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    Feb 27, 2010
    Epcot - Mexico - La Cava - avocado margarita, France - Les Vins cart - Grey Goose or Grand Marnier slushy
    Springs - Homecoming - Florida crush (accommodated as a non alcoholic for DD), Apple pie a la Mode Moonshine drink, or Figs & Berries
    AK - not sure the name - ice coffee with Amarula liqueur
    WL - Geyser Point - Huckleberry Punch
     

    BobbyDukes

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    Dec 30, 2016
    La Cava in Mexico is some of the best drinks at Disney. They have amazing hand made margaritas and the bartender are
    Extremely knowledgeable about all the tequila in there.
     

    lucky978

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    Jun 19, 2003
    Is La Cava a bar or a restaurant? Wondering if kids are welcome? We will be a group of 5 adults and one 7 year old.
     
  • JenSPF

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    Lapu Lapu in a pineapple at the Poly (sometimes I get a dark and stormy but ask for it in a pineapple when I'm not feeling the more sugary tropical drinks).
    Polynesian Pearl at Trader Sam's (I want to get a black pearl so badly!)
    Definitely a margarita from La Cava in Mexico, as others have said
    On a hot day we LOVE a lager and lime from Rose and Crown bar (it's just a lager beer with rose's lime juice but MAN is it refreshing on a hot day strolling around world showcase)
    Dole Whip Lime Margarita at the pool bar at the Poly has a very tasty chili lime rim, so good
    Kona coffee at Poly or the Kenyan press pot coffee at AKL restaurants

    Apparently I love all things Poly??
     

    MonkeyDishwasher

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    EPCOT
    • Mexico: La Cava del Tequila (inside the pyramid)- Blood Orange Margarita (its on the rocks and tastes stronger to me than the avocado [as tasty as that one is!])
    • China: The cart out front- Canta-loopy (basically vodka and cantaloupe juice [and I hate cantaloupe!])
    • Italy: cart outside- Italian Margarita
    Hollywood Studios
    • 50s Prime Time Lounge- I can't remember the name of it, but theres a drink that's the grapefruit beer with a shot of grapefruit vodka
     

    Ben E N

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    EPCOT
    • Mexico: La Cava del Tequila (inside the pyramid)- Blood Orange Margarita (its on the rocks and tastes stronger to me than the avocado [as tasty as that one is!])
    • China: The cart out front- Canta-loopy (basically vodka and cantaloupe juice [and I hate cantaloupe!])
    • Italy: cart outside- Italian Margarita
    Hollywood Studios
    • 50s Prime Time Lounge- I can't remember the name of it, but theres a drink that's the grapefruit beer with a shot of grapefruit vodka
    Did they give you a straw for the Italian Margarita? When I went last spring, they gave me a frozen drink with no type of straw to drink it with. That lessened my enjoyment of it.
    Also, fully agreed with the blood orange from La Cava.
     

    Micca

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    Also at Poly from Tambu lounge is the infamous lapu lapu. It’s served in a pineapple - it doesn’t get more vacationy than that! I also love the backscratcher which comes with an actual backscratcher.
    Those are two of my favorites too. Also just about anything at Trader Sam's is delicious (and packs a punch.)
     

    Ciao Mickey

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    As others have recommended LaCava is a must stop for the family.

    I love the Maelstrom and the Jalapeño margaritas, and the tequila flights are good.

    Tipsy Ducks in Love at the Joy of Tea in China.

    Any wine or beer.

    I avoid drinks at France because they have a weak pour and I don’t think you’re getting your money’s worth.
     

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