St. Patrick’s Day is almost here and there are PLENTY of ways to celebrate in Disney World!
Whether you’re buying some stylish green accessories, trying out some limited-time treats around the parks and resorts, or heading to a special meal, there are plenty of things you can check out in the next few days and weeks. And recently, we stopped by Disney’s BoardWalk to try some EXCLUSIVE drinks that you can order for the occasion!
First up on our list of St. Patrick’s Day special drinks is the Mimosa Verdi at Trattoria al Forno. It’s made with prosecco brut, blue curaçao, fruit liqueur, and pineapple juice for $14. It’s available at the restaurant all day, but we found it to be a little too sweet for our tastes. It’s best suited for breakfast, but we would’ve preferred it to be made with dry champagne instead of a prosecco.
Perhaps the drink with the best name is the Fuzzy Leprechaun! It’s available at the Leaping Libations Pool Bar for $15 and it’s made with vodka, blue curaçao, peach schnapps, orange juice, and pineapple juice garnished with an orange slice and maraschino cherry. This drink is also pretty sweet, but it’s well-suited for lounging by the pool. It’s very refreshing with all those fruity flavors and as an added bonus, it’ll look great on your Instagram. 😉
Available from now until March 31st at the Belle Vue Lounge is the Irish Mule for $14. The ingredients in this drink include Irish whiskey, ginger beer, and lime juice, and the edge of our cup was garnished with a lime slice. Of all the St. Patrick’s Day drinks, this was our favorite, simply because the flavors are straightforward and uncomplicated. Our reporter actually said that she could “drink these all day!”
And finally, we tried the Pot of Lucky Gold at BoardWalk Joe’s Marvelous Margaritas. (Guess what? It’s ALSO green!) Coconut rum, vodka, lime, pineapple juice, and honey-mango flavors all go into this drink, and it’s garnished with pineapple and lime. Like the first two, this one was VERY sweet, but it was also incredibly strong. If you’re into the sweet drink thing, then you’ll probably enjoy sipping on this while you walk along the BoardWalk.
Besides these four drinks, there are two others that we didn’t try. First, there’s the Shamrock Punch at Atlantic Dance Hall. It’s $15 and made with apple whisky, vodka, apple sour, lime sour, Granny Smith apple, and Sprite garnished with a glow cube. If that’s not your vibe, try instead heading over to AbracadaBar and order the Irish Trick Magic for $15. It’s made with Irish whiskey, Italian liqueur, and bitters.
So if you’re stopping by Disney’s BoardWalk in the next few weeks, those are some of the limited-time drink options that you can pick up for St. Patrick’s Day. Stay tuned to DFB for more food and drink reviews from all around Disney World!
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Which of these drinks would be your favorite? Tell us in the comments!