Warning: Disneyland's New Blended Horchata Will Make You Try to Lick Your Screen

Step aside, millennial pink Mickey Mouse milkshake — there's a new Disneyland drink in town, and it sounds refreshing as heck. Rancho Del Zocalo at Frontierland recently debuted its Blended Horchata, a frozen cinnamon-flavored treat that we can't wait to try. In case you're not familiar with horchata, it's a traditional Spanish and Latin American drink that combines ground-up rice and often nuts with water to make a milky concoction that's blended with cinnamon and sweetened with sugar. Disneyland's version adds a frozen touch and whipped cream on top, leading many to compare it to Starbucks's Horchata Almondmilk Frappuccino.

So far, the $6 Blended Horchata has been quite the hit among Frontierland visitors. One Instagram user described the beverage as having "the perfectly sweet, cinnamon, milky flavor that makes horchata so delightful." Plus, the Disneyland pros behind the blog Chip and Company deemed it "a must-try" drink, so consider us sold. Ahead, check out a few photos of the drool-worthy, cinnamony slushie, and then be sure to check out all the other Latin foods you should snag at the Disney Parks.