Drinking Around the World at Disney's Epcot? Here's Every Beverage You Need to Get
A trip to Epcot in Walt Disney World is an experience unlike any other — especially if you're a vacationing adult on a quest to find the best food and drinks the magical world has to offer. It's so much fun to journey through the different countries and pick up goodies along the way — like a boatload of sushi at Tokyo Dining or a bratwurst at Sommerfest in the Germany pavilion. And when you're not eating at all of the foodie-approved locations, there's a (good) chance you're drinking your way all around the world. Not sure what to get or where to start? Keep reading for the cocktails worth stopping for at Disney's Epcot. Cheers!
— Additional reporting by Lauren Harano
Head to Choza de Margarita in the Mexico Pavilion to find this refreshing Mayan Margarita. It's made with grapefruit liqueur, elderflower, and cardamom, which is all the more reason to order more than one. Enjoy!
If you want something zesty and booze-filled, look no further than the Citron Slush. You can find this lemony Grey Goose concoction in the France Pavilion, so be sure to head over the next time you're in need of an afternoon pick-me-up.
Peachy Dream Bellini
Found at Via Napoli in Epcot's Italy Pavilion, the Peachy Dream Bellini is made with peach purée and Prosecco and is perfect for someone with a sweet tooth. Served with a peach-wine ice pop, there's not a whole lot more you could ask for.
Kirin Frozen Beer
Found in the Japan Pavilion at Epcot, Kirin frozen beer has a light frozen topping that helps keep the draft chilled for more than half an hour. The topping looks a little like a slushy, but it's actually beer and — for obvious reasons — it tastes like beer. Keep cool with this delightful drink next time you're at the park.
You can get your hands on a bottle of sake any time (best paired with sushi, of course), but the same can't be said about violet sake. It's known to taste so good — think, grape jolly ranchers and violet lemonade — that you're going to have to be *extra* careful to not down this one. Score your own from Epcot's Japan Pavilion.
Take a trip back to Mexico for the avocado margarita, a hot commodity among cocktail enthusiasts at Epcot. Place your order for it at La Cava Del Tequila — you definitely won't be drinking it alone.
Tipsy Ducks in Love
Meet the iced coffee-tea-cocktail hybrid you never knew you needed. You can find it at Joy of Tea in the China Pavilion, and it contains a shot of bourbon whiskey and a generous amount of whipped cream.
Say hello to the frozen margarita you're bound to daydream about for years to come. Pick yours up at the Mexico Pavilion for a refreshing dose of strawberry, mango, and lime.
La Vie en Rose Frozen Slush
This pink frozen slush is potentially one of the prettiest cocktails we've ever seen. The bad news is that it's only available during the Flower and Garden Festival. If you're planning on attending in the future, you can find the La Vie en Rose Frozen Slush at Fleur de Lys in the France Pavilion.
You'll do a double take when you see this bright green cocktail for the first time. It's a hit in the United Kingdom Pavilion and it's fixed up with peach schnapps, melon liqueur, creme de menthe, orange juice, and pineapple juice.
Grand Marnier Orange Slush
For a drink reminiscent of orange sherbet and orange creamsicle popsicles, this bright slush is a must try in Epcot's France. This one has Grand Marnier, rum, Grey Goose, and orange juice — best paired with water.
For a fruity drink, look no further than this brightly colored cocktail containing Absolut Peach Vodka, topped with Midori and pineapple juice. Find it in the Moroccan Pavilion for a drink that screams, "I'm on vacation."
Ice Cream Martini
Calling all ice cream-lovers far and wide! An ice cream martini exists, and it's even better than you could ever imagine. It's sold in the France Pavilion, along with so many more delicious desserts at L'artisan Des Glaces.
OK, this one's your classic bloody mary, but so, so much better. It's made with Absolut Vodka and topped with blue-cheese-stuffed olives, celery, a grape tomato, and a chicken nugget. Get yours at the Refreshment Port in Epcot's Canada Pavilion and pair it with cheddar cheese soup and poutine.
With a name like this, you know this stuff must be serious. It's available at the Kringla Bakeri Og Kafé in the Norway Pavilion and contains coffee, Kamora Coffee Liqueur, and Baileys Irish Cream. Pair it with the bakery's School Bread pastry and prepare to rave about the experience forever.
For a refreshing afternoon pick-me-up or a lovely start to your day at Epcot, this bright, tall, and Instagram-ready bellini is a fan favorite. If you're new to the drink, it's made with Prosecco and peach purée and can be found in the Italy Pavilion, ready and waiting.
There's no drink that feels more suited for America than this frozen cola, available at the Liberty Inn at Epcot American Adventure. The cocktail includes Buffalo Trace Bourbon, which means this is a must for when a normal coke just isn't going to cut it.
OK, OK, we know it's not a cocktail, but you can't take a trip to Epcot's Germany Pavilion without experiencing Schöfferhofer Grapefruit Beer. People rave about it for good reason — and there are worse things than breaking up your cocktail-filled day with a single beer, right?
Behold this Limoncello Mule from Via Napoli Ristorante e Pizzeria in Epcot's Italy Pavilion. You didn't think we'd forget to include one Mickey-themed cocktail, did you?