Here's every drink I had while at Disney World: Blue Milk, Dole Whip, The Beast's wine, and so much more

I was graciously flown down to and hosted by Disney last week for an experience of a lifetime. But here's the real question - what did I drink while there?
Abracadabar bar, located at Disney's BoardWalk Resort. ©2024 Camila Domingues
Abracadabar bar, located at Disney's BoardWalk Resort. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

Last week, the generous folks at Disney treated me to an unforgettable experience at Disney World in Florida, inviting me to the Disney World Level Up! media event. This special gathering included a few members of the press and influencers, all set to explore the world of delightful experiences Disney has to offer. From park to park, we indulged in an array of enchanting drinks and foods and went on incredible rides such as TRON Lightcyle Power Run, Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, Avatar: Flight of Passage, Star Wars: Smugglers Run, and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.

I've already talked about all the food I ate while there, and there's one thing left to do.

I nearly floated away on a cloud of blissful sips rather than flying back home (or rolling myself, as previously mentioned, since I ate so much on this trip). But it was so worth it.

Disney’s magic isn’t just in its rides and shows, but also in the incredible variety of drinks available across all four parks: Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Animal Kingdom, and Hollywood Studios. Below, I’ve put together a glimpse of every beverage I enjoyed during my three magical days at Disney World.

Let’s talk about the drinks, shall we?

Disney's Boadwalk Inn

The Conjurita, Abracadabar bar, Disney's BoardWalk Resort. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

The Conjurita - Not only is this a terrific margarita, but it also came with a show. The bartender performed a magic trick, turning my drink from purple to pink. If that's not Disney Magic, then I don't know what is.

Magic Mirror, Abracadabar, Disney's Boardwalk Inn. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

Magic Mirror - My friend AJ had this one, and he could not stop praising it. In it, you'll find Bacardí Superior Rum, soda water, Honey Mango, Sprite®, and lime juice.

The Sour Assistant, Abracadabar, Disney's Boardwalk Inn. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

The Sour Assistant - If, like GameSpot editor Chris Hayner, you are able to ingest whiskey, this drink is for you. Also, how does it feel to be one of the universe's favorite people? This baby is full of Rough Rider Straight Bourbon Whisky and house-made Sweet-and-Sour.

Magic Kingdom

L’ombre de la Bête Vin Rouge (Shadow of the Beast) Jean-Luc Colombo, Les Bartavelles, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Rhône Valley from the Be Our Guest restaurant at Disney's Magic Kingdom. ©2024 /

Shadow of the Beast wine - This was my first bittersweet experience at Disney World. This delicious, tasty wine is only available at the Be Our Guest restaurant at Magic Kingdom. I can hear you from here, "Just buy a bottle to take home!" You don't think I tried? Unfortunately, this delicacy is only available for drinking during lunch or dinner at the restaurant - if you do buy a bottle, you have to finish it there. Also, Magic Kingdom is a dry park, so you won't be running into alcoholic drinks very often while there unless you're at a sit-down restaurant.

"I Lava You" Dole Whip Float from Sunshine Tree Terrace, Magic Kingdom. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

"I Lava You" Dole Whip - As previously mentioned, I am not too keen on sweets, and this drink was no exception. After I drank all of the Strawberry Fanta in the cup, I tossed the rest away. This was my first (and honestly, probably last) Dole Whip. It's just not for me.

Staff writer Camila Domingues and Nerdist staff writer Michael Walsh made the right call to stop for a cold brew latte at Joffrey’s Revive Tomorrowland, Magic Kingdom. ©2024 Camila Domingues
Staff writer Camila Domingues and Nerdist staff writer Michael Walsh made the right call to stop for a cold brew latte at Joffrey’s Revive Tomorrowland, Magic Kingdom. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

Joffrey's Cold Brew - For us caffeine addicts, you'll quickly find out that energy drinks at any Disney property are hard to find (unless you go to stores like the Boardwalk Inn's Screen Door General Store). Luckily, there are plenty of coffee options around the park, including Starbucks, and my friend Michael Walsh, a staff writer over at Nerdist, enjoyed a nice and refreshing cup of cold brew from Joffrey's. You don't want to see how staff writers function without caffeine, trust me.

Animal Kingdom

On Day 2, we were taken to Animal Kingdom to have some really incredible experiences in the Avatar world. After the attractions and before moving on to EPCOT, my friend AJ and I decided to stop by Harambe's Market and, you know, eat and drink.

Leopard's Eye drink: Snow Leopard Vodka with Passionfruit, Mango, and Kiwi - Harambe Market, Animal Kingdom.©2024 Camila Domingues /

Leopard's Eye drink - This vodka-based drink was refreshing and tasty, but I wondered if there had been any vodka added to it before being served.


EPCOT is a wonderful part of Disney - it's where adults get to have some fun and unwind.

Camila's personal favorite beer while at Epcot: the Austrian Stiegl Brewery Raspberry Radler found in the Germany area of Disney's Epcot. No, she will not tell you how many of those she consumed. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

Stiegl Brewery Raspberry Radler - You know what would make me really happy? Like, truly happy? If I had an entire box of this beer shipped to my home. This is the Nectar of the Gods, a refreshing, tasty, and dangerously smooth beer that can be found in the Germany area of EPCOT. I had about 4 cups of it in total - all for research purposes, of course.

Sake slush, found in Japan at Disney's Epcot park. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

Sake Slush - Whoever came up with this idea needs a raise. It tasted like a Piña Colada but had the sake kick to it. My only complaint is that I don't think enough sake was added (either that or I unlocked a new achievement while at Disney - alcohol tolerance increase). But it was pretty delicious.

A delicious and private catered dinner at the GM Test Track Lounge. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

Unknown Moscato - I apologize profusely, but I do not remember the bottle that this delicious Moscato came from as part of our privately catered dinner at the GM Test Track Lounge, but it was totally worth a mention.

Galaxy's Edge, Hollywood Studios

Day 3 came around and I got to live in one of my favorite universes of all time - Star Wars! At Galaxy's Edge, we were able to grab drinks at two different places: the Docking Bay 7 Food and Cargo and Oga's Cantina.

Staff writer Camila Domingues posing with a nice glass of Blue Milk from Galaxy's Edge, Disney's Hollywood Studios. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

Blue Milk - I have to admit, I did not like the Blue Milk (Docking Bay 7). It tasted like fruit juice mixed with fat-free yogurt. I expected a drink with, you know, milk in it - maybe more food coloring for blue instead of blueberries or whatever other fruit was used in the making of this sad drink? Kind of made me sad, honestly.

Drinks all around at Oga's Cantina at Galaxy's Edge - Two Yub Nubs in the Tiki Endor cups (Malibu Pineapple Rum, Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, Citrus Juices, and Passion Fruit), six Fuzzy Tauntauns (Ketel One Botanical Peach & Orange Vodka, Bols Peach Schnapps Liqueur, Orange Juice with Tangerine, Pure Cane Sugar, and 'Buzz Button Tingling' Foam), one glass of Queen Amidala's honeymoon wine Goldschmidt Vineyards Toniray, Sonoma (Formerly Produced on Alderaan, Teal-Colored, Refreshing Crisp Style, /

Yub Nub, Fuzzy Tauntaun, and Bespin Fizz - If you take a few Star Wars nerds, put them together at Oga's Cantina, and say "Try what you'd like!", you should expect a bunch of different drinks so we can all try each other's (responsibly). The Yub Nub was my drink of choice and I got to take home that amazing Tiki Endor Battle mug you see on the table. The Fuzzy Tauntaun is also delicious and has a tingly foam over the top of the cup, and that made for some fun "GUYS, MY LIPS ARE NUMB" moments at the table. The Bespin Fizz (waaaay in the back in the photo above) was also great and has some lovely "clouds" floating over the top of the drink, which makes you feel like you're having a ridiculously fancy drink. Overall, these three drinks were each really good.

TL;DR: Queen Amidala's honeymoon wine. Goldschmidt Vineyards Toniray, Sonoma - Formerly Produced on Alderaan, Teal-Colored, Refreshing Crisp Style, Aroma Characteristics of Green Apple and Meyer Lemon with flavors of Juicy White Peach, Apricot, and a hint of Vanilla. Oga's Catina, Galaxy's Edge, Disney's Hollywood Studios. ©2024 Camila Domingues /

Goldschmidt Vineyards Toniray, Sonoma - If you thought I'd leave Galaxy's Edge without trying Queen Amidala's personal choice for wine during her honeymoon, do you even know me at all? This delicious blend hits the spot after a few snacks and a lot of laughter.

Here's a fun little video where I combine all foods and drinks (even some not included here) and rate them from 0 to 10 individually:

Man, were we pampered during this trip or what?! Thank you, Disney!

Beyond the exciting swag and a once-in-a-lifetime trip, we were invited to sample a variety of drinks at our leisure. After all, how can one truly capture the essence of Disney without enjoying its iconic beverages and specialty drinks? Indeed, a dream is a toast your taste buds dream of... And a wish that your stomach makes.

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