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10 Best Alcoholic Beverages At Walt Disney World Resorts

Walt Disney World vacations can be as stressful as they are magical thanks to guests spending long hot days in the park on their feet for hours trying their best to see and enjoy it all. While every experience in Walt Disney World is amazing, there are certainly times that guests can become overwhelmed if they don’t take a few minutes to stop and relax. For some this might be sitting poolside each afternoon, others might enjoy an in room nap, and others might love to sip on delicious adult beverages. Since Walt Disney World is home to hundreds of dining locations all across property, there are plenty of adult beverages for guests to choose from. In particular, the Disney Resorts are home to some of the most delicious alcoholic beverages that simply cannot be skipped on any vacation. Here are the top ten best alcoholic beverages at the Disney Resorts that can be enjoyed on your next trip!

1. Lapu Lapu – Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Guests who visit Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort can enjoy the relaxation and serenity of the South Seas alongside a delicious cocktail that can be found in three separate locations. The Lapu Lapu combines Myer’s Original Dark Rum and tropical fruit juices topped with Goslings 151 Rum all served in a hollowed out pineapple. This strong, fruity, and refreshing drink can be ordered at Kona Café, ‘Ohana, and Tambu Lounge, all found in the Great Ceremonial House.

2. Coney Negroni – Disney’s BoardWalk Inn

Disney’s BoardWalk Inn is situated along Crescent Lake and themed to feel like turn-of-the-century Atlantic City. Guests can enjoy unique dining and entertainment including a wonderful lounge that pays homage to the golden age of magic. AbracadaBar celebrates magicians and illusions and serves up delicious specialty cocktails including the Coney Negroni which combines Eagle Rare Bourbon, Campari, and Antica Carpano Sweet Vermouth.

3. Raspberry Rapids – Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

Disney’s Wilderness Lodge brings the rustic charm and sense of adventure of the National Parks to life through a beautiful location right on the shores of Bay Lake. Guests who visit the Disney Resort have several dining options including the signature dining restaurant Artist Point which is open daily for dinner only. The restaurant serves up a menu inspired by nature as well as the delicious Raspberry Rapids cocktail which features frozen coconut cream, pineapple juice, Myer’s Platinum Rum, and Chambord.

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4. Shrunken Zombie Head – Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

One of the most popular places in Walt Disney World that guests love to visit for both the entertainment and the cocktails can be found at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort. Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto is located in the Great Ceremonial House and offers guests a unique experience inspired by the adventure and hilarity of the Jungle Cruise. One of the most popular cocktail options at the location is the Shrunken Zombie Head which combines Gosling’s 151 Black Seal Rum, Appleton Estate Reserve Rum, Bacardi 8 yr Rum, tropical juices, falernum, and cinnamon served in a souvenir shrunken head.

5. Grasshopper Float – Disney’s Beach Club Resort

Located across Crescent Lake from Disney’s BoardWalk Inn is a wonderful full service dining location that is open daily for lunch and dinner. Beaches & Cream Soda Shop at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is designed to feel like a turn-of-the-century sweetshop on the Atlantic shore and offers up classic such as burgers and fries. Guests who are looking to enjoy a delicious alcoholic beverage there should order the refreshing Grasshopper Float which combines Guinness Stout with Mint Chip Ice Cream.

6. Category 5 – Disney’s Beach Club Resort

Also found at Disney’s Beach Club Resort is the beautiful Stormalong Bay aquatic area which features a sand bottomed pool, lazy river, sunning decks, and a wonderful poolside bar and grill. Hurricane Hanna’s Waterside Bar and Grill serves up classic cocktails including the Category 5 which combines Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum, Crème de Banana, Peach Schnapps, orange juice, pineapple juice, and grenadine topped with a float of Gosling’s 151 Rum.

7. Napa Blue Martini – Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Disney’s Contemporary Resort is located just steps away from the Magic Kingdom and is home to one of the most popular dining locations in all of Walt Disney World. The California Grill is located on the top floor of the Disney Resort and serves up contemporary cuisine from the Pacific Coast alongside beautiful views of Seven Seas Lagoon and the surrounding area. Guests should definitely opt to sip on the wonderful Napa Blue Martini which features Charbay Vodka and olive juice with blue cheese stuffed olives.

8. Smoked Turkey – Disney’s Wilderness Lodge

After enjoying a meal at Artist Point at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, guests should head over to the rustic and cozy Territory Lounge which is open each evening. The location serves up small bites in addition to wine, beer, and specialty cocktails including the Smoked Turkey. This unique beverage combines Wild Turkey 101 Bourbon, Red Stag Black Cherry Bourbon, grenadine, and Odwalla Lemonade with a touch of Hickory Smoke garnished with Luxardo Gourmet Maraschino Cherries.

9. Painted Lemur – Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

One of the most beautiful Disney Resorts is Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge which transports guests to the continent and offers sweeping views of a savannah with free roaming animals. Sanaa is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and offers guests the opportunity to dine on delicious food and take in views of the savannah while sipping on amazing cocktails. Guests should definitely try the Painted Lemur which combines Amarula Fruit Cream Liqueur and Van der Hum Tangerine Liqueur in a chocolate-striped glass that is inspired by the striped tail of the Madagascar Lemur.

10. Narcoossee’s Nutcracker – Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa is perhaps one of the most recognizable Disney Resorts thanks to its signature white buildings and red roofs which emulate Victorian charm. There are plenty of wonderful dining options at the Disney Resort including Narcoossee’s which is open daily for dinner only and serves up costal cuisine. Guests who are looking to enjoy a great alcoholic beverage should opt to try the Narcoossee’s Nutcracker which combines Kahlua, Baileys Irish Cream, Frangelico, Skyy Vodka, and whipped cream.

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.