Even More Disney-Inspired Cocktails!

Remember last year when we brought you pics of some of the most stunning Disney-themed cocktails we have EVER laid eyes on??

More Disney Themed Cocktails

Well — apparently, that was only the tip of the iceberg!!

We are back today with another round of Cocktails by Cody, inspired by some of the most legendary characters around — the universe of Disney!

This man is a mixology genius, and this new round of drinks are just as fabulous as the last ones. In fact, it looks like Cody will be publishing a book in the near future! How long before we can put it on our Amazon wish list???

Check ‘em out!

More Disney-Inspired Cocktails!

You knew Elsa and Anna would have to be immortalized in tipsy fashion, right?

Elsa’s cocktail, the Coldfront, is a gorgeous, milky-white and blue concoction that includes White Chocolate Liqueur, Peppermint Schnapps, Milk, and Malibu. Elsa, it would seem, packs a punch!

Coldfront

Coldfront

On the other hand, Anna has inspired the tea-based Warmfront, a Hot Toddy that includes Whiskey, Amaretto, and Orange. Sounds like the perfect antidote for chilly weather!

Warmfront

Warmfront

The Lost Boy perfectly captures the essence of Peter Pan, don’t you think? Midori, Peach Schnapps, and Malibu make for a brilliant green Martini.

Lost Boy

Lost Boy

But we can’t get enough of the sassy Fairy Dust! With Honey Vodka, Triple Sec, and Cider, this one would do Tink proud!

Fairy Dust

Fairy Dust

And Captain Hook gets in on the fun with the Crazed Captain. Of course, it includes a healthy dose of rum — both Spiced and 151 — with a little Midori thrown in for good measure.

Crazed Captain

Crazed Captain

The Princess and the Frog has also come to life in Cody’s imagination with a couple of different libations.

Bayou Beauty takes its inspiration from Tiana, and includes some flavors that are really trending right now — Ginger Liqueur and fresh Cucumber. White Rum provides the base.

Bayou Beauty

Bayou Beauty

Bad Juju, an homage to voodoo villain Doctor Facilier, is wickedly gorgeous. With a combo of Dark Rum, Passionfruit Rum, and Pineapple Juice, it will go down smooth and I bet you’ll never know what hit ya. :-) I love the swords through the strawberry as garnish!

Bad Juju

Bad Juju

Pocahontas may Paint with All the Colors of the Wind, and a velvety Martini made of Bailey’s, Frangelico, Amaretto, and Cinnamon Schnapps could be the perfect inspiration.

One with Nature

One with Nature

The film’s resident baddie, Governor Ratcliffe, gets his due with Fool’s Gold, an intoxicating mixture of Merlot, Chambord, Raspberries, and Mint.

Fools Gold

Fools Gold

We have three cocktails representing Team Hercules. The Golden God himself inspires a hefty mix of Hard Cider, Apple Vodka, and Goldschlager. Berry Mio and Mango Vodka combine to create a demure Weak Ankles, in honor of Meg.

Golden God and Weak Knees

Golden God and Weak Knees

But stop the presses — because this one is just extra gorgeous! Check out Hades HatredBlueberry Mio, Hypnotiq, Black Vodka, and Bacardi 151. Set it on fire for extra fun. :-)

Hades Hatred

Hades Hatred

We love that all of the cocktails are so spot on with their color combinations, you can guess the inspiration from looks and name alone! The Curious Confection, inspired by Alice, proves that curiosity may just get you into trouble…especially if you’re curious about the combo of Creme de Banana, Blue Curacao, Malibu, and Orange Vodka.

Curious Confection

Curious Confection

And you just KNEW that the Mad Hatter would involve tea, right? Green Tea, Citrus, Mint, and Gin combine for a proper tea time cocktail.

Mad Tea

Mad Tea

The Queen of Hearts gets her due with a blood-red cocktail bearing her name. Citrus Vodka, Blood Orange Vodka, and Blood Orange Juice create a daring Martini. The cool Cheshire Cat inspires a Curious Cat, made of Loopy Vodka, Berry Mio, and topped with Sprite.

Red Queen and Curious Cat

Red Queen and Curious Cat

Tangled characters are also represented in Cody’s bag o’ tricks! Lily of the Sun, inspired by sweet and fierce Rapunzel, sounds delish! With a combo of St. Germain, Pear Vodka, and Champagne, this sounds just right for a Springtime brunch!

Lily of the Sun

Lily of the Sun

On the flipside, the dark Mother Knows Best perfectly captures the spirit of Mother Gothel with Hibiscus Vodka, Rosewater Liqueur, and Sparkling Cranberry Juice.

Mother Knows Best

Mother Knows Best

Mulan and spitfire sidekick Mushu bring us drinks from the opposite ends of the spectrum. Choose the Porcelain Warrior with sweet flavors of Cherry Sake, Lychee Syrup, and Mango Vodka. Or opt for the bold Mushu, with a fiery punch from Absolut Peppar and Sriracha. And a pepper rim!

Porcelain Warrior and Mushu

Porcelain Warrior and Mushu

The Warlord is also fascinating as it takes its cues from Hun leader Shan Yu. He may be ruthless, but this combo of Sake, Ginger Liqueur, and Hard Cider sounds pretty awesome. :-)

Warlord

Warlord

Fans of The Nightmare Before Christmas are gonna love this one, honoring Jack Skellington. Bone Daddy includes Apple Pucker, Butterscotch Schnapps, Cider, and Hennessy.

Bone Daddy

Bone Daddy

Would it be appropriate to hum Hakuna Matata while sipping on a No Worries? Next time you’re hangin’ around at the oasis, try this mix of Peach Vodka, Amaretto, Orange Juice, and Mango.

No Worries

No Worries

Scar’s drink, the False King, offers a nice, creamy contrast. Kahlua, Salted Caramel Vodka, Vanilla Bailey’s, and Coffee.

Wait, what? Salted. Caramel. Vodka? !!!!!!!

False King

False King

Every single one of these cocktails are amazing. But when I saw the Seeing Spots, in honor of Cruella DeVille, I thought it was perfect. Doesn’t Rasberry Vodka, Chocolate Liqueur, and Cream sound exactly like her??

Seeing Spots

Seeing Spots

And finally, anyone who enjoys the antics of Stitch will LOVE the Ohana Colada, and its captivating mix of Mango Rum, Malibu, and Blue Curacao.

Ohana Colada

Ohana Colada

What’s a girl gotta do to get a drink around here??

And if you love what you see here, be sure to check out Cody’s Facebook page! He has even more incredible creations there! (We found all of these images on Pinterest, by the way.)

So, which one of Cody’s incredible creations are you excited to try? Leave a comment and tell us your favorite!

Comments

  1. Jenny says

    At first I was going to pick the couple of the ones I’d like to try. Then I hit the cont. button and started saying oh and I want to try that one and that one. hahah

    They look so pretty, I’d want to try almost all of them. Thank you for sharing them.
    :)

  2. says

    Samantha — No :-( I wish they would be, but I don’t believe Cody works for Disney…yet!

    Jenny — I know! I’m always the same way when I look at his concoctions.

  3. Pam says

    Just an FYI the name of the Megara drink is “Weak Ankles” not Weak Knees aka her “weakness” in the movie when she was trying to find out what Hercules’ was

  4. says

    I made both of the Frozen themed cocktails for my birthday party last year! I did a blog post about it. They were very good, but everyone really loved Elsa’s!

  5. Diane says

    I love love love these!! Seen a few of his versions kicking around but now trying to get my hands on some of the more obscure flavoured liquors he uses!!

    PS this line: Wait, what? Salted. Caramel. Vodka? !!!!!!!

    Just. Brilliant.

  6. Aleta says

    I cannot read what weak ankles says. It’s too light. Please can someone tell me what it says?

  7. says

    Chris — we only have pictures to share with ingredients, but it appears that Cody might be putting together a book soon! Stay tuned!

  8. James says

    working on putting a get together of the people I worked at Disney with and would absolutely LOVE to have these cocktails on the beverage menu — can’t wait for the recipe book to come out …

  9. Kitster says

    None of the above, probably because some of them would kill me (mango and/or pepper allergies). I just stick with my Orange Peach Tequila slushies.

  10. says

    Virgil — You can’t find them anywhere. The fellow who develops them is a bartender and just creates the recipes. They’re not being sold in any commercial establishment.

  11. Dan says

    How come you don’t represent any of the prince’s like Aladdin, Prince Eric, Prince Charming, or Phillip? Just curious…

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