The Disney World parks are preparing to welcome back guests, with Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom set to reopen on July 11th, followed by Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Epcot on July 15th.
As the restaurants around Disney World reopen, many of them have undergone menu changes, which has resulted in limited offerings at some locations. And we’re sad to see that one of our favorite snacks in Magic Kingdom has disappeared from the menu!
Late last year, the Kakamora Float made its way to Aloha Isle in Adventureland. Originally listed as a holiday addition, this delicious treat quickly made its way onto our list of must-try Magic Kingdom snacks!
Made with coconut soft-serve, pineapple juice, blue curaçao syrup, and a chocolate Kakamora cake pop, this float was fruity and refreshing — perfect for sipping while strolling through the park! So, we’re sad to see that the Kakamora Float has been removed from the Aloha Isle menu!
It’s possible that the Kakamora Float is just being removed from the menu temporarily since we have seen limited menu offerings at many restaurants across Disney World upon reopening. We’re keeping our fingers crossed that this treat will make its triumphant return!
Have you tried the Kakamora Float? Let us know in the comments!