Favorite Alcoholic Beverage
Walt Disney World:
What's your favorite? Beer? Cocktail?
What is everyone's favorite alcoholic beverage at Epcot, or more generally WDW/Universal?
Comments in chronological order. Most recent at the bottom. Scroll down to respond.
Cucumber Margarita from Mexico's tequila bar. I get it almost every time I visit Epcot...okay every time except times before work at Space Mountain.
From N B
Posted May 7, 2012 at 11:58 AM
Any boat drink on the menu at Margaritaville. I will be trying all four new drinks at the Chez Alcatraz this June.
Re: Topic Headline:
Who the heck is Al Cholic???
Any relation to Al Yankovic, who I'll be seeing Friday night?
Any drink that Len Testa pays for!
Any of the margaritas at La Cava del Tequila. The beer from Germany is brilliant too.
On a hot & humid day, the frozen Grand Marnier and Grey Goose slushies at France. The English Pub is a great place for a few pints, along with a beer and pretzel in Germany. But,a margarita, rocks, no salt in Mexico. Can't beat it. I love EPCOT...
From Tom Rigg
Posted May 9, 2012 at 8:51 AM
The Avocado Margarita at La Cava de Tequila is amazing. I think many people can't comprehend avocado in a drink, but it works sooo well.
Honorable mentions go to the cantaloopy in china, the Tangerine Slushie drink with booze in it in Morocco (Don't remember the name,) and the Canadian Whiskey Flight at Le Cellier.
From Justin M
Posted May 9, 2012 at 9:38 AM
Lapu Lapu at the Poly. I'm suprised im the first one to post this, the drink is sooo good.
Justin, I forgot about the Lapu Lapu's. I love those, and their Mai Tais. I usually have a few before heading to the MK. It's makes the screaming kids more tolerable.
Beer and parks with long lines are a bad combination. When you are finally approaching the end of the line you need to go to the toilet…
Pele Punch at the Polynesian........wooohoooo!
From James Rao
Posted May 13, 2012 at 4:18 AM
PB&J Milkshake at Prime Time Cafe (sorry, I don't do booze, but I still wanted to participate!).
The Happy Lychee in China, hands down my favorite. Followed by the Lemonaide Sake in Japan (I can't recall the name but it's flavored and looks like Lemonaide).
Hey i dont booze ether im 12 you booze you lose i perfer Butterbeer
From Scott B
Posted May 14, 2012 at 11:21 AM
The Jalapeno Maragaita at the San Angel Inn is pretty amazing. I had two when I was there last and then stumbled out into the 90 degree humid weather. With the drinks, food and heat, I just wanted to lie on a bench under a tree and sleep.
Anything fruity and vodka-based while lounging beside the pool at RPR or relaxing near the waterfall outside Jake's. Oh, and the sangria at Latin Quarter. Yum!!
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