If you’re looking for a list of the best non-alcoholic drinks at Disney World, you’re in luck because that’s exactly what we’ve created! From Lefou’s Brew over in Fantasyland to Night Blossom in Animal Kingdom, we’re taking you to every park (including Disney Springs and the resorts) to find out what the best non-alcoholic drinks you have to try on your next Disney World vacation are. Let’s get started.
As always, we’re gonna make our first stop at Magic Kingdom. We’ve broken this section up by park. First up: Fantasyland!
- LeFou’s Brew at Gaston’s Tavern ($5.79-$12.99) – this is frozen apple juice blended with marshmallow and topped with a mango foam. It’s very sweet and can be ordered either with or without a souvenir Stein.
- Wonderland Slushy at Cheshire Cafe ($5.99) – this is raspberry lemonade slushy blended with grape soda. It is served with a candy-coated straw for extra sweetness.
- Schweitzer Slush at the Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen ($6.50) – like LeFou’s brew, this is another frozen apple juice drink that’s blended with passion fruit. It’s topped with green apple boba balls.
- Punch Line Punch ($5.50) – Staying at the Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen, guests will love the Punch Line Punch. This is a tropical fruit punch blended with mango puree. Guests can add a spiced rim to their beverage for an extra kick.
- Frozen Lemonade Slushy at Westward Ho ($4.99) – Tasting exactly like how it sounds, the frozen lemonade slushy is incredibly refreshing on a hot Florida day!
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Park hopping over to Epcot, you’ll have a slew of options to choose from. Epcot is known for their restaurants over at the World Showcase, which is where we’re going to start:
- Conga at Choza de Margarita in Mexico ($6.00) – this is a Mexican fruit punch that’s blended with orange, pineapple and lemon juice.
- Sparkling No-Jito at Coral Reef Restaurant ($4.99) – this is a fun spin on a classic mojito; it’s made with pure cane sugar, lime juice and mint and is topped with soda water. This drink can also be found at many other restaurants on property.
- The American Dream at Fife & Drum Tavern in America ($5.75) – this patriotic drink is made with frozen strawberry Fanta soda, vanilla ice cream and a Fanta blue raspberry slushie.
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Epcot’s International Flower and Garden Festival, which is going on until July 5, 2021 offers guests unique, limited edition snacks and beverages. Some of our favorite non-alcoholic beverages include:
- Froot Loops Shake at Epcot Sunshine Griddle ($4.50) – this is a sweet, vanilla shake topped with crunchy Froot Loops cereal.
- Cookie Butter Worms and Dirt at Flavor Full Kitchen Hosted by AdventaHealth in Future World West ($4.50) – a kid-friendly favorite, this unique drink takes a spin on the traditional dirt worm dessert; it contains liquid cookie butter and oreos topped with gummy worms.
- Blood Orange Agua Fresca at Flavor Full Kitchen Hosted by AdventaHealth in Future World West ($4.25) — another fruity beverage that’s perfect for a hot, Florida day!
- Maple Popcorn Shake at Northern Bloom in Canada ($4.75) — it tastes exactly what you think it would taste like, but the maple flavoring isn’t overpowering. It’s not *the most* appetizing to look at, but tastes great!
- Frozen Desert Violet Lemonade at the Pineapple Promenade at Showcase Plaza ($4.50) – this is lemonade mixed with violet syrup and topped with an edible flower. This also comes in an allergy-free version.
Jumping over to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the best non-alcoholic beverages are the epitome of unique. Our favorites include:
- Peanut Butter & Jelly Milkshake at 50’s Prime Time Cafe ($9.00) – this blended milkshake tastes exactly how you think it would and is a refreshing treat that the kids (and grown-up kids will both love)
- Moof Juice at Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo in Galaxy’s Edge ($5.49) – this is a controversial pick depending on who you ask, but many of us here at WDW Vacation Tips really like it. This beverage combines fruit punch, orange juice with pineapple, and chipotle-pineapple to create a very citrusy flavor.
- Blue and green milk from the Milk Stand in Galaxy’s Edge ($7.99) – and speaking of controversy, we have blue and green milk. Most people agree that blue milk tastes better, however, I personally like both. Blue milk is made with coconut and rice milk with a hint of watermelon, pineapple, dragon fruit, and lime, whereas green milk is made with the same coconut and rice milk but instead contains fruity notes of orange blossom, grapefruit, and passion fruit. What gets people the most is the texture; since it’s made with rice milk it’s much thicker to consume, which doesn’t sit well with a lot of people. If you’re visiting Galaxy’s Edge, we recommend that you try one…if for the very least to say you did.
- Jabba Juice from Oga’s Cantina ($6.50) – this beverage contains orange with pineapple, cantaloupe, and kiwi. It’s topped with blueberry pearls.
Wild, tropical and colorful are the words you’d use to describe all the beverages at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Some of our favorite include:
- Frozen Flamingo at Harambe Market ($5.99) – a frozen blend of passion fruit and strawberry.
- Happy Macaque at Nomad Lounge ($5.50) – lime juice, coffee simple syrup, guava puree and cilantro blended together.
- Zingiber Fizzie at Nomad Lounge ($7.25) – passion fruit puree blended with simple syrup, lime juice, mint and ginger beer.
- Night Blossom at Pongu Pongu ($5.99) – layered blend of desert pear limeade and apple topped with passion fruit Boba balls
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- Peppermint Milkshake from Lottawatta Lodge ($5.69)
- Apple Cinnamon Cereal Shake from Chicken Guy ($4.99-$5.99) – this milkshake contains vanilla soft serve, Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal, and Apple Jacks cereal mixed together with whipped cream on top.
- Gingerbread Coke at Coca-Cola Rooftop Beverage Bar ($5.00) – 8 oz Coca-Cola with Monin’ gingerbread syrup. It’s served with a gingerbread cookie.
- Smoke & Mirrors from The Edison ($8.00) – lemon, lime, and pineapple juice swirled together with Orgeat, which is a sweet syrup
- Strawberry Basil Lemonade from Paddlefish ($11.00) – Sprite mixed with basil, strawberries, and lemonade * chef’s kiss*
Disney World Resorts
- The Peachcomber at the Banana Cabana at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort ($4.49) – a fruity blend of orange, peach, and lemon topped off with soda water.
- Lava Smoothie at Maji Pool Bar, Uzima Springs Pool Bar, at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge ($5.99) – raspberry puree blended with coconut and pineapple
- Berry-Mint Smash at Three Bridges Bar and Grill at Villa del Lago at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort ($5.49) – lime, strawberry, blackberry mint blended together and topped with soda water
- Polynesian Punch at Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto at Disney’s Polynesian Resort — A tropical treat made with Sam’s gorilla grog and hibiscus grenadine
With over 100 different restaurants on Walt Disney World property, there are countless options you and your family have when it comes to non-alcoholic beverages. Do we dare try to rank the best alcoholic beverages on property next? Let us know in the comments.
As a self-proclaimed Mouseketeer, Courtney Dercqu is a fan of all things Disney. Between decorating her desk with souvenirs from the park, to making unique mouse ears and having a dedicated Disney Instagram, Courtney is a true believer in the magic of a Walt Disney World vacation. Having had more than 200 articles published on various content, Courtney’s excited to share her knowledge and experience with everyone! Be sure to follow her on Instagram for all the Disney magic.