10 Best Alcoholic Beverages at Walt Disney World’s Epcot

1. Tipsy Ducks in Love from Joy of Tea

One of the best alcoholic coffee drinks at Epcot (and at the Walt Disney World Resort in general) can be found at the China Pavilion. The Joy of Tea cart features a couple of snack and ice cream options along with bubble tea and various kinds of oolong and green teas. The specialty cocktail menu however is the true standout here, with items like Tipsy Ducks in Love, made with bourbon whisky, coffee, black tea, cream, and chocolate syrup (served frozen).


2. German Beer Flight from Biergarten

One of the most underrated restaurants in World Showcase, Biergarten features a full Germany buffet and live entertainment in an Oktoberfest-style setting– and it wouldn’t be Oktoberfest without a beer. You can go for the most authentic experience and order a liter, but if you want to try a little bit of everything we recommend ordering a flight. The flight includes Schöfferhofer Pink Grapefruit Hefeweizen, a sweet and refreshing brew (that even non-beer lovers tend to enjoy), König Ludwig Weissbier, a full-bodied wheat beer with fruit aromas, Beck’s Pilsner, which is the restaurant’s classic German lager, Warsteiner Dunkel, a dark pilsner finished with mocha aromas.

3. La Cava Avocado from La Cava del Tequila

The best margaritas in Epcot are without question found within the pyramid at the Mexico pavilion at La Cava del Tequila. The lower prices at the pavilion’s quick service restaurant may entice you to drink there instead, but it’s well worth the extra cash to grab a drink inside at the tequila bar. For one of the most unique (and delicious!) margaritas, order La Cava Avocado, a frozen blend of Tequila Avión Blanco, melon liqueur, fresh avocado, agave nectar, and lime juice, finished with a hibiscus salt rim.

4. Via Napoli Sangria from Via Napoli

It’s no surprise that the best sangria in Epcot comes from Italy. Via Napoli’s signature sangria features a blend of Italian wine and hand-cut fresh fruit. It’s available in white or red, and in a glass or by a pitcher. If you have at least three guests ordering sangria the pitcher is an excellent value as it can easily serve five and costs the same as three classes.


5. Sake Mist from Kabuki Cafe

Did you know that you can get alcoholic shaved ice in Japan? Kabuki Cafe is a small cart located closest to the American Adventure pavilion that offers shaved ice, ice cream, and grab and go sushi. The Sake Mist takes the same shaved ice concept with Sake added to the mix. You can order it in blood orange, chocolate cherry, or coffee, and top it off with sweet milk if you like.

6. Tangiers Breeze from Spice Road Table

Before even getting to the drink selection there are so many things to love about Spice Road Table. Located in Morocco, this restaurant offers small bites, full sized entrees, and specialty cocktails all while overlooking World Showcase Lagoon. For a refreshing beverage to go with your hummus or spicy garlic shrimp try the Tangier’s Breeze, a mix of peach vodka, Midori, and pineapple juice.

7. Welsh Dragon from the Rose and Crown Dining Room

One of the most photogenic (and delicious) drinks at Epcot comes from the Rose and Crown, and no it isn’t beer. The Welsh Dragon is a mix of peach schnapps, melon liqueur, creme de menthe, orange juice, and pineapple juice. You have the option to have it served in a souvenir cup, which really does make for a nice souvenir from dinner there but you can also save some money and order in a regular glass instead.

8. Citron Slush from Les Vins de Chefs de France

Located in a small cart next to the crepe stand in France, you can find the Citron Slush. There are a couple of different flavors, and even more so when you factor in Epcot’s seasonal festivals, but this is the original fan-favorite. It’s made with Grey Goose Citron, Vodka, and lemonade, and for a boozier version you can also try Le Geant Slush with a Grand Marnier or Grey Goose Citron shot.

9. Stow Away Mary from Refreshment Port

This Bloody Mary changes seasonally, but you can always find it with pimento-stuffed olives, cherry tomato, and celery, with additional rotating toppings like jumbo shrimp, chicken nuggets, and even smokehouse jerky. It’s a good morning or brunch drink, as it’s sold right at the Refreshment Port as you enter World Showcase from Future World.

10. Winter Old Fashioned from Le Cellier Steakhouse

Canada offers a unique twist on a classic at Le Cellier Steakhouse. The cocktail menu has lots of interesting items, but we’d recommend the Winter Old Fashioned, which is made with Lot 40 Canadian Rye Whisky with muddled fruit, chocolate and orange bitters, and a splash of soda. (It goes perfectly with Le Cellier’s famous filet mignon!)

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."