16 Best Adult Beverages To Try At Walt Disney World, According To Park Guests

A visit to any of Disney's parks is a trip into a completely immersive experience. From the beautiful curated park scenery to unrivaled levels of cleanliness, everything about a Disney vacation is the mark of professionals who take pride in their work. And that Disney magic doesn't end with the landscape and attractions — it also extends to the refreshments guests can pick up around the parks. Disney Parks are legendary for creating dreamy and elevated theme park fare using one-of-a-kind recipes you can't experience anywhere else. And it's not just the food. Thirsty Disney adults looking for a little midday pick-me-up can find plenty of magic-infused cocktails scattered around the parks.

Although the alcohol-infused drink selection at Magic Kingdom is somewhat limited, you can practically sip your way around some of the other parks with signature drinks made just for Disney. And that's exactly what many Disney fans love to do. From frozen concoctions to margaritas with a serious kick, they love to share their boozy Disney adventures online — and we love to read about them. We've combed through the Disneyfied corners of TikTok, Facebook, YouTube, and more to find out which Disney cocktails park guests are raving about.

Jenn's Tattoo at Nomad Lounge in Animal Kingdom

Animal Kingdom is all about a sense of adventure and embracing exciting experiences from faraway lands, and a simple, gorgeous, flowery drink is a perfect way to round out an afternoon surrounded by animal encounters and exotic plants. Available at Tiffins Restaurant, a fine dining spot known for its signature menu items, Jenn's Tattoo is a stunning red drink that comes garnished with a lime wheel and completely edible candied hibiscus flower. The drink contains Ketel One Vodka, watermelon juice, hibiscus juice, and lime Juice.

In her TikTok post, Chels of TikTok profile @chels_harness wrote, "My all-time fave is Jenn's Tattoo." Disney bloggers WDW Explorers raved, "If you like sweet fruity beverages, Jenn's Tattoo is for you, plus it looks awesome with the candied Hibiscus flower on top! The Hibiscus flower is edible and tastes a bit like a fruit roll-up, super fun!"

A Magical Star Cocktail is a hit all around the Disney Parks

Who doesn't love a drink that comes with its own souvenir? That's exactly what you get when you order a Magical Star Cocktail, a drink that's as fun as it is tasty. This flirty little cocktail is made using Parrot Bay coconut rum, X-Fusion mango and passion fruit liqueur, and pineapple juice, served with an adorable souvenir multicolored glow cube that will make you feel like one of the Jetsons. 

TikTok user Briana Midnight wrote, "One of my favorite drinks from Disney!!" Instagrammer @lilo_thelostprincess praised, "There's only one cocktail I want to be sipping on during National Rum Day, and that's the Magical Star Cocktail," adding that "this drink truly is a magical refreshing drink." You can find this tasty refresher at several Disney park locations, including Hollywood Studios' 1950s-themed Tune-In Lounge and the Whispering Canyon Cafe at Disney's Wilderness Lodge. 

Grandma's Picnic Punch at the Tune-In Lounge

While you're at the Tune-In Lounge, be sure to grab some of Grandma's favorite day-drinking delight. Described as a "wonderful drink" concocted by Grandma for the family picnic, Grandma's Picnic Punch is a refreshing citrusy cocktail crafted with vodka, peach schnapps, crème de cassis, light lemonade, and pineapple juice. It even comes with a fun little glow cube you get to take home with you. And you don't have to be a grandmother to enjoy it.

Disney blogger Bethany Vinton raved of the Tune-In Lounge, "All the drinks are outstanding, and the bartenders are amazing, but I suggest trying the Grandma's Picnic Punch, this one is sweet and packs a punch." Angela Gronborg-Harder of Key To The World Travel agreed, cheering, "Not sure Grandma's special picnic punch would have had a glow cube in it, but this mama thought it really hit the spot after a long park day!"

The Grapefruit Cake Martini at Hollywood Brown Derby

Located in Hollywood Studios on Hollywood Boulevard, the Hollywood Brown Derby is home to one of Disney's most popular desserts, grapefruit cake. This unique and decadent dessert is a Brown Derby signature dessert that was actually created for the original Hollywood Brown Derby back in the 1940s.

The dessert itself is made with vanilla sponge cake, grapefruit syrup, and cream cheese icing. But if you would prefer something with a bit of a kick after an afternoon of wrangling your crew, they also have a grown-up version in the Grapefruit Cake Martini — and it's strong. Think Deep Eddy Ruby Red Grapefruit Vodka and Stoli Vanil Vodka with a splash of cream and then garnished with a graham cracker rim. TikTok user @magicalmainstmillennial endorsed it emphatically, writing, "10/10 Recommend! Get the Grapefruit Cake Martini!" Disney Food Blog's Instagram post dedicated to the cocktail features a few comments from guests who can't get enough. One writes, "Love that cocktail! Must have every trip!" while another adds, "That drink is so strong!"

The Avocado Margarita at EPCOT's Mexico pavilion

No trip to EPCOT's Mexico pavilion would be complete without a tasty margarita from La Cava Del Tequila. True to its name, this tequila haven is home to upwards of 200 tequilas and a host of Mexican beers, wines, and top-shelf cocktails, including margaritas. One of the more unexpected items on the margarita list is La Cava Avocado, a margarita made with Tromba Blanco tequila, melon liqueur, fresh avocado, and lime juice. The creamy beverage is served frozen and garnished with a hibiscus salt rim.

Jim of the YouTube channel More Sunshine Please described this concoction as "creamier than your basic margarita," adding, "It's good. It's refreshing." And in a TripAdvisor review, a user named Jess M. called it "absolutely delicious." Travel blogger One Penny Tourist wrote, "The Avocado is my favorite, it's interesting – thick and creamy. If you like your cocktails frozen with a hint of sweet (like I do), you'll probably also enjoy this one."

A Frozen Viking Coffee at EPCOT's Norway pavilion

When you're in the mood for a ridiculously yummy frozen coffee but you'd like it spiked, head on over to EPCOT's Norway pavilion and pick up a Frozen Viking Coffee from the Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe. This frosty delight has all the good stuff in it: Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur and Kamora Coffee Liqueur served with coffee-chocolate sauce and garnished with coffee-chocolate crunch. It's the perfect drink for a sweltering hot Florida afternoon when you want a coffee, but the idea of a hot cup of joe is the last thing on your mind. 

While it hardly seems like something Ragnar would order after a raid, he probably wouldn't turn it down. TikTok user @misssara2487 rated this treat a "10 out of 10," adding, "This was actually the most delicious drink!" and "This is so good. Go get one!" And @nmariestyle wrote, "I'm obsessed!"

The Fuzzy Tauntaun at Oga's Cantina

If you are surrounded by StormTroopers at the Galaxy's Edge, a little something you'd find at Mos Eisley Cantina is exactly what you need before setting out to take on the Dark Side. And you can find a drink fit for a Jedi at Oga's Cantina. Just belly up to the bar and order a Fuzzy Tauntaun. This peachy cocktail is made with Ketel One Botanical Peach & Orange Vodka, Bols Peach Schnapps Liqueur, orange juice with tangerine, pure cane sugar, and "Buzz Button Tingling" foam. And that foam quite literally makes your mouth turn numb, making you feel like you really are enjoying a cocktail from another galaxy.

Deep on the DISBoards forum, parkgoers could be found buzzing about this wild drink. A user named DLgal wrote, "The foam drink is the Fuzzy Tauntaun and I LOVED it. The foam makes your lips and tongue tingle. It's really cool. The drink is like a fuzzy navel." ImDMous agreed, sharing, "I love the Fuzzy Tauntaun, great experience and the drink is tasty too."

Happy Daze at the ABC Commissary

If you're looking for an adult beverage that's a ton of fun to drink while you're hanging around Hollywood Studios, a Happy Daze cocktail will hit the spot. The ultimate sunny vacation sipper, Happy Daze is a cheery blend of Parrot Bay coconut rum, melon liqueur, banana liqueur, and grenadine with orange and pineapple juice. Available at ABC Commissary on Commissary Lane in Hollywood Studios, it's a tropical treat that won't leave you too tipsy for the next adventure.

Instagrammer Kacey of @kaceyscastle, who calls herself a "once a year" Disney Parks visitor, wrote that "one of the MOST magical moments, in Disney and at home alike" is "that first sip feeling!" And her first sip of the Happy Daze cocktail "really lit up my world." And in a r/WaltDisneyWorld Reddit thread discussing drink recommendations at the Disney Parks, Reddit user @Mountaineer78 rated the Happy Daze cocktail among their favorite park drink picks, emphasizing, "Happy Daze at ABC Commissary was very good."

Rattler Rum Punch at Roundup Rodeo BBQ

Located in Hollywood Studios, Roundup Rodeo BBQ is one of Disney Parks' newer dining spots. And, of course, it's home to a brand-spankin' new cocktail that Disney park guests are buzzing about: Rattler Rum Punch. A Bacardi Superior Rum, orange pineapple juice, lime, and passion fruit drink garnished with a sweet and spicy rim, it packs a fruity punch with plenty of zing.

Rum punch is a classic summer cocktail, and Disney does it right with the addition of passion fruit and a tangy drink rim. Jess Landers of MickeyBlog.com wrote, "The spice made this drink really interesting." Denise of Mouse Steps agreed, "The drink was light and refreshing on a 90-degree day, and definitely not a strong drink as far as alcohol." As far as flavor, Princess of Princess and the Bear observed, "It almost tastes like a frozen apple pie," adding that the rim spice is not super spicy for anyone who isn't especially sensitive to heat.

Orbiting Oreos at the Sci-Fi Drive-In

Under the category of Cosmic Concoctions, Orbiting Oreos is a Hollywood Studios favorite. This out-of-this-world decadent delight is an Oreo cookie shake with Godiva Chocolate Liqueur mixed in that comes topped with a generous helping of whipped cream and served with a souvenir glow cube. As Mike of Chasing Dreams With Mike put it, "Cookies and cream with alcohol? I mean, you can't go wrong," adding, "It tastes like a cookies and cream milkshake." That "Cosmic Concoctions" moniker isn't a coincidence, not in the slightest.

Social media is loaded with Orbiting Oreos tributes like that of Instagram user Joseph Kastner of @mickeymoosemu, who called the drink "pure chocolate goodness." It's available at the retro-themed Sci-Fi Dine-In Theater, where guests can dine in cars and watch a classic sci-fi flick while they eat. And it makes a perfect addition to one of the restaurant's delicious house burgers.

The Ottawa Apple in EPCOT's Canada pavilion

One of the coolest things about exploring EPCOT is the opportunity to taste unique flavors inspired by countries from all over the world. And that's exactly what you'll get when you stop by the Canada pavilion for an Ottawa Apple, available at the popcorn stand. This robust beverage tastes like fall and is made with Crown Royal, maple, apple infusion, and cranberry juice.

The Theme Park Anthropologist couldn't get enough of this delicious red drink, calling it an "absolute delight!" The reviewer emphasized the interplay of maple against the blend of sweet and tart flavors, noting it "adds a warm buttery twist." Jordan of the TikTok profile @adashofsoutherncharm gave the endorsement, "If you like sweet drinks, this one is for you." And Hailey Bower of @haileywoodstudios suggested anyone who plans to "drink around the world" should start in Canada, adding, "Starting with an Ottawa Apple is the best!"

The Grey Goose Citron Slush in EPCOT's France pavilion

The France pavilion at EPCOT is known for its tasty frozen alcoholic slushies, both available from Les Vins des Chefs de France. Depending on who you talk to, you'll get a different opinion about which one is the best of the two — although there's no reason you can't try both if you play your cards right. The Grey Goose Citron Slush is immensely popular, and the internet is rife with copycat recipes from fans dying to replicate the frosty treat at home. Basically a grown-ups-only frozen lemonade, this citrusy dream drink is made with Grey Goose Citron, vodka, and lemonade. And it's guaranteed to hit the spot on a sweltering Florida afternoon.

TikTokker @kimanderictraveladvisor proclaimed, "FRANCE is where it's at, don't visit without the Grey Goose Citrus Slush on your must do list." And @jessicablovethemouse replied in the comments, "I introduced this to my mother!!! It was her favorite drink all day!!" Mothers are never wrong, after all.

The Grand Marnier Slush in EPCOT's France pavilion

After you've checked out the Grey Goose Citron Slush, it's time to move on to the Grand Marnier Slush while you're still hanging around EPCOT's France pavilion. This rather stout frozen orange dream is made with Grand Marnier, rum, Grey Goose Orange vodka, and orange juice. It has all the refreshment potential of its lemony sibling but with serious Orange Julius nostalgia in the mix. And if you're feeling really wild, you can have an extra shot added to your order to kick things up a notch.

In their TikTok video, Axis Travel Group called it "The best drink on property!" And Disney for Foodies and Boozies raved, "Those Grand Marnier Slushies in EPCOT tho...They just hit different." In an Instagram post reviewing this frosty orange delight, @disneyparkbelle wrote, "I am O B S E S S E D with the Grand Marnier Slush which is located in the France pavilion 🇫🇷," adding, "It reminds me of a spiked Creamsicle!"

The Welsh Dragon at the Rose & Crown Pub in EPCOT's United Kingdom

With a super fun name that evokes ye olde adventures, the Welsh Dragon is an EPCOT drink that everyone should try at one point. This specialty drink can be found at the popular Rose & Crown Pub in EPCOT's United Kingdom pavilion — a tavern that incidentally is said to boast some of the best fireworks seating in the park, according to Reddit.

A wild and wonderful little concoction full of ingredients that don't seem like they should work together, the Welsh Dragon comprises peach schnapps, melon liqueur, crème de menthe, orange juice, and pineapple juice and comes served with a pretty fruit garnish. It sounds like a mad genius dreamed it up, but the cocktail has amassed loads of fans on social media.

In a TikTok post, creator Bethany Vinton wrote, "Yes, Creme de menthe seems like a questionable choice... but trust the process of the Welsh Dragon from Epcot." User @alanadifrancesco commented, "Omg amazing thank you!! It takes me hours to convince people to try it! It's amazing." And if you still aren't sold on the mint? No worries! Commenting on a post from @disneyscocktails, Instagram account @snackin.sisters advised you can get it sans crème de menthe by simply asking for a Welsh lizard.

The Leaping Leprechaun at the Rose & Crown Pub

Take a friend with you to the Rose & Crown Pub, and while they're ordering the Welsh Dragon, you can try out the Leaping Leprechaun and go sharesies on the pub's two popular vibrant green cocktails. Like its tipsy sibling, the Leprechaun is something of a wild ride with a recipe that includes Jameson Irish Whiskey, Don Q Cristal Rum, SVEDKA Vodka, melon liqueur, sweet and sour, and a splash of Sprite. But be ready because you'll definitely feel this one. Reddit user u/Aviaja_Apache said they had heard it described as an "Irish Long Island ice tea," adding, "It's so good but it will put a hurting on you lol." Fortunately, there's plenty of stick-to-your-ribs pub fare to pair with it — and it's one of the parks' less spendy dining establishments.

Theme Park Hipster's expert Drink of the Week analysis concluded, "It has as taste reminiscent of the classic Midori Sour cocktail, but not as sweet and with a smooth finish." Green Fashionista called it "green, tasty, and surprisingly affordable if you request not to be served in the souvenir cup."

Tipsy Ducks in Love at EPCOT's China pavilion

For one of the most whimsically-named adult drinks at Disney, you'll have to journey all the way to China — EPCOT's China pavilion, that is. Rock up to the Joy of Tea snack spot counter and order yourself a little something called Tipsy Ducks in Love. Although you probably wouldn't expect it from the name, they'll hand you a clever concoction of bourbon, black tea, coffee, cream, and chocolate served on ice. Think of it as a suped-up Starbucks that absolutely slaps. And it looks just like any other iced coffee, making it perfect for drinking on the DL when you're among a teetotaling family.

Travel agent and Disney fan Andrea Turner praised the caffeinated cocktail on Instagram, calling it "surprisingly strong in my opinion" while noting that "all the flavors work really well together." And Katie Thoms of @mermaidandmouse called Tipsy Ducks "the perfect combination of my favorite drinks."