10 Awesome Non-Alcoholic Specialty Beverages At Walt Disney World

Guests who spend time in Walt Disney World love to enjoy all that the vacation destination has to offer by experiencing attractions, entertainment, dining, shopping, recreation, and more throughout the four theme parks, two water parks, Disney Springs, and over two dozen Disney Resorts. One of the biggest things that guests love to do on any vacation is indulge in decadent food and beverages allowing them to kick back and relax and truly feel as though they are on vacation. Walt Disney World is home to literally hundreds of locations where guests can enjoy different styles and types of cuisine and plenty of delicious drinks. While some guests might enjoy an alcoholic beverage on vacation, there are plenty of non-alcoholic beverages that are family friendly in Walt Disney World. From delicious juice blends to special drinks inspired by beloved characters, there are plenty of options to enjoy on any vacation. Here are ten awesome non-alcoholic specialty beverages at Walt Disney World.

1. Peanut Butter & Jelly Milk Shake

Disney’s Hollywood Studios brings the glitz and glamour of Hollywood to life and allows guests to embark on their very own adventures in television and film. One of the most popular full service dining locations in the park is the 50’s Prime Time Café which is themed to make guests feel as though they have stepped back into the wholesome decade. The restaurant serves up classic home cooking as well as a wonderful milk shake that emulates one of the most classic sandwiches in the world. The Peanut Butter & Jelly Milkshake combines the delicious flavors of the famous sandwich to create a sweet and decadent beverage that guests are sure to love.

2. Bibo

Disney’s Animal Kingdom brings guests into the heart of nature and the environment and showcases to them the beauty of the world and the importance of conservation. The Africa section of the park is home to the village of Harambe, where lively street music and entertainment keeps guests jamming and Kilimanjaro Safaris invites guests to embark on adventures. The Harambe Market is a small area that features several different storefronts selling delicious food and beverages. Guests are sure to enjoy the unique drink Bibo which combines the sweet flavors of kiwi and mango.

3. Teddy’s Tea

Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar is located in Disney Springs and is inspired by a character from the Indiana Jones film series. Jock was a pilot who landed his plane in this location and opened up a bar to keep locals happy and entertained. The interior of the location is filled with amazing detail and the menu features plenty of beverages that are both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Teddy’s Tea is a delicious menu option that combines green tea with mint and tangerine.

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4. Bubble Milk Tea

Epcot’s World Showcase is home to eleven different pavilions which each celebrate the history, culture, architecture, people, and cuisine of different countries from around the world. The Japan Pavilion features beautiful architecture and detail that bring the country to life and guests can enjoy a delicious beverage from a small stand located near the shores of World Showcase Lagoon. The Joy of Tea cart serves up many options including Bubble Milk Tea which combines a black tea that is sweetened and peach flavored with tapioca pearls.

5. Schweitzer Slush

One of the most beloved attractions in the Magic Kingdom is the world famous Jungle Cruise located in Adventureland. Guests who enjoy the attraction can head to the nearby full service location Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen where the skippers have come up with a delicious menu of unique cuisine and beverages. Guests who dine there should be sure to enjoy the delicious Schweitzer Slush which features frozen apple juice and passion fruit topped with bursting green apple boba balls. Of course, the drink was invented by the explorer Dr. Albert Slush.

6. Liliko’i Juice

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort brings the tropical feel of the South Seas to life on the shores of Seven Seas Lagoon directly across from the Magic Kingdom. There are several full service dining locations at the Disney Resort including the popular Kona Café. This open air restaurant serves up island inspired cuisine including a delicious juice that is totally unique. Liliko’i Juice combines orange, passion, and guava juices and is a wonderful way to begin each morning.

7. LeFou’s Brew

New Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom is home to Gaston’s Tavern where the notorious villain from the classic Disney animated film Beauty and the Beast enjoys relaxing. The tavern is all masculine touches including leather, antlers, and a larger than life portrait of Gaston himself. Guests who stop at the location can enjoy a LeFou’s Brew which combines frozen apple juice with a hint of toasted marshmallow then topped with passion fruit and mango foam.

8. Night Blossom

The newest area of Disney’s Animal Kingdom is Pandora – The World of Avatar inspired by the popular film Avatar. The Valley of Mo’ara is brought to life through beautiful floating mountains and wonderful experiences including the Pongu Pongu counter located near the rear of the area. Guests who stop at the quick service location can enjoy a non-alcoholic version of the Night Blossom which features a mixture of limeade with apple and desert pear flavors topped with passion fruit boba balls.

9. Pandoran Sunrise

Found right near Pongu Pongu is a much larger quick service location called the Satu’li Canteen. This location serves up delicious lunch and dinner options that are very popular with guests who spend time in Pandora. In addition to the wonderful cuisine options, guests can also try the Pandoran Sunrise which combines tropical juices with Powerade Melon.

10. Skipper Skipper

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort is also home to the very popular Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto which specializes in delicious cocktails and amazing interactions with the servers. In addition to the classic cocktails, guests can also order up several non-alcoholic options including the delicious Skipper Skipper. This beverage combines tropical fruit juices, organic agave nectar, falernum, mint, fresh lime juice, and soda water making it a truly unique combination to enjoy.

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first started visiting Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of that trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning all about the history and small details of the parks and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival each fall. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York and spends her time counting down the days to her next trip.