Top 10 Non-Alcoholic Beverages at Walt Disney World

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Walt Disney World has become known for some of its cocktails and specialty alcoholic drinks, but for all of those they also have a ton of great non-alcoholic specialty beverages.  Whether you are looking to save a little money or just don’t want the alcohol you can still plenty of tasty, fun and Instagram worthy drinks at Walt Disney World that are non-alcoholic.

10. Vanilla Coke

This is a sentimental favorite of mine, and a pretty simple one.  I’m not talking about Coke’s canned or fountain version of “vanilla coke,” but the real deal made with syrup at 50’s Prime Time Café in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.  It just fits the theme there so well and it really is tasty.  I love going in to the Tune In Lounge and ordering one while waiting in that fantastic mid-century mod waiting area.  (They also have a Cherry version if vanilla isn’t your thing).

9. Aqua Fresca

I love Via Napoli, and as much as I love the pizza the Strawberry Aqua Fresca is just as good.  After walking around half of the World Showcase to get to Via Napoli in the Italy pavilion at Epcot the Aqua Fresca is light, refreshing and full of natural flavor.  There are some other flavors offered as well.

8. Milkshake at Ample Hills

Ample Hills Creamery on the Boardwalk is my favorite ice cream stop at Walt Disney World.  And you can get any of their delicious and creative flavors made into a milkshake!  Milkshakes are a little more portable in the Florida sun & heat than scooped ice cream.  So if you want to get a treat and the walk around the Boardwalk try this shake—it is soooo yummy!  But grab a spoon because some flavors are pretty chunky and won’t go well with a straw.

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7. Goofy Glacier

There are a few places around Walt Disney World where you can find the frozen slush Goofy Glacier.  Goofy’s Candy Company in Disney Springs and Big Top Souvenirs in Fantasyland are a couple of choices.  There are many colorful flavor options—and don’t forget you can get a swirled combination of several.  They are super sweet, but also super cold—that cold part is really nice on a hot day.

6. Mystic Portal Punch

The Mystic Portal Punch is the fun new drink added to Toy Story Land at Woody’s Lunch Box.  This out of this world drink is a mix of Powerade Berry Blast with lemon-lime and tangerine.  It doesn’t sound as good as it is, but trust me, this one is yummy.  And in true Disney fashion you can also purchase the Mystic Portal Punch in a souvenir Alien Sipper.

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5. LeFou’s Brew

Ever since it’s opening in Fantasyland, Gaston’s Tavern has been a fun place to grab themed snacks.  LeFou’s Brew has been my favorite since the start.  Named for Gaston’s sidekick in Beauty and the Beast, LeFou’s Brew is frozen apple juice with a hint of toasted marshmallow and topped with all-natural passion fruit-mango foam.  It is a great flavor combination that is sweet and cold.  This is one of my favorite snack breaks when touring Fantasyland.  And again, if you choose you can get this in a souvenir goblet.

4. POG Juice

This is not a Walt Disney World exclusive, but the Passion Fruit, Orange, Guava Juice that is served at many places at Walt Disney World (under various names like Jungle Juice & Liliko’l) is a perfect breakfast drink full of Vitamin C, and so delicious.  If you are at a restaurant where it is served like several in the Animal Kingdom and Animal Kingdom Lodge area, or the Polynesian resort I recommend you give it a try.  I’ve even seen it at the Magic Kingdom Fireworks Dessert party—yummm!

3. The Frozen Flamingo

The Frozen Flamingo served at Animal Kingdom’s Harambe Market is a recent favorite of mine.  As the name implies it is a beautiful frozen pink drink.  It combines the flavors of strawberry and passion fruit, so it is a fruity but lightly sweet drink and very refreshing.  I recommend you give it a try as you stroll through the wilds of Africa in Animal Kingdom.

2. The Night Blossom

This Instagram favorite is found in Animal Kingdom’s Pandora at the Pongu Pongu stand.  It is a mix of limeade with apple and desert pear and topped with fruit boba balls (you can request no boba if you prefer).  I love this drink.  It is pretty, but it is so delicious too.  It is fruity and light with that hint of floral to it.  If you like you can add rum to this and order the Rum Blossom.  And, again, there is an option for a souvenir mug.

1. Mint Julep Lemonade Slushy

On my last vacation to Walt Disney World I was finally able to try the Mint Julep Lemonade Slushy served at Casey’s Corner on Magic Kingdom’s Main Street USA.  And I had several on that trip.  It is so fresh & light.  The hint of mint plays perfectly with the slushy lemonade.  To make it very pretty (and Instagram worthy) each cup is topped with a cherry, mint leaf and reusable souvenir Mickey Straw.  Be prepared to love this one!

What are your favorite non-alcoholic beverages at Walt Disney World?

About Sarah Chapman

I am a long time Disney fan since I was hooked on Walt Disney World with my first trip in 1987. Since that time I’ve tried experiencing everything I can in the parks, with a total of 30 visits and counting (I’m always planning my next trip) to Walt Disney World—not to mention Disney Cruise Line and even (shhh!) Universal Orlando and Sea World. I’ve turned my Disney obsession into a profession helping others plan their magical vacations as a Dream Vacation Maker at LBAC Travel. I am a work at home mom to three wonderful boys, and each one has been properly indoctrinated with all things Disney. Walt Disney World is definitely our “Laughing Place.” Look for me on Facebook at for updates, discount announcements, tips, tricks and planning advice for your next vacation. You can also find me on Instagram (sarahdreamvacationmaker) and Pinterest (sarahlbactravel).