It seems the tiki gods were listening and have answered our prayers!
Remember the Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party-exclusive Kakamora Float we told you about at the beginning of the holiday season at Disney World? Well, now that the party’s over (literally!!) the coconut-flavored Dole Whip delight has stuck around!
We first met the Kakamora Float at Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party. The sweet treat consists of rich, creamy coconut soft-serve with pineapple juice, blue curaçao syrup, and a cute little chocolate Kakamora cake pop! If you may recall, “Kakamora” are the aggressive little coconut dudes from the movie Moana!
We’re so happy the Kakamora fought for this delicious snack of theirs to stick around a little while longer. Of course, we’re hoping it will hang around FOREVER, but we’re stocking up just in case it goes away since we didn’t get our fill of it during the separately-ticketed Christmas parties!
Also, the Kakamora Float isn’t currently available for Mobile Order, so you’ll have to wait in line to pick one up. Worth it for a treat we were rubbing out eyes in disbelief that it was still available? ABSOLUTELY!
The Kakamora Float costs $6.99 at Aloha Isle in the Magic Kingdom and we’re guessing will only be available for a limited time. Though ya never really know with Disney! We also wanted to mention that the coconut Dole Whip option is not vegan. If you are looking for a vegan option you’ll wanna try out Pineapple Dole Whip.
We also asked if we could get the coconut Dole Whip on its own. And we did!!! You will want to ask Cast Members because we received mixed responses on this at first. Therefore availability may vary depending on who you speak with.
Again, we don’t know how long this treat will be sticking around either, but we’re happy to see it hanging out for now.
Have you tried the Kakamora Float at Disney World yet? Which Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party treats were you hoping would stick around? Tell us which ones in the comments below!