Have you ever visited Disney World’s water parks?
There are two, Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon. Typhoon Lagoon, though, is currently closed for a refurbishment, but Blizzard Beach just reopened with a new Frozen-themed area. While we were checking it all out, though, we also found THREE new drinks!
First up of the new drinks at Blizzard Beach was the Wattamelon-Passionfruit Lemonade, found at Lottawatta Lodge. It’s made with Watermelon and Passion Fruit mixed with Minute Maid Premium Lemonade and garnished with a Green Sugar Rim. The non-alcoholic version is $6.75, but you can get it with Tito’s Handmade Vodka for $14.50.
This drink is SWEET. It doesn’t even need the added sugar on it. It’s just a bit too much. Some people love super sweet drinks, though, so that might be their jam!
Our experiences with the other new drinks, though, were a lot different. The Red Slope Bloody Mary for $14 is made with Cutwater Bloody Mary with a Chili-Lime Rim, topped with Lime, and Seasonal Garnishes. You can find it at Frostbite Freddy’s.
This might just be one of the best Bloody Mary drinks we’ve had — at least from a counter-service restaurant in Disney World. We also LOVED these toppings!
We were also really surprised by the Melt-A-Way Margarita for $15.50 at Polar Pub. It’s made with Herradura Reposada Tequila, Cointreau Liqueur, and Habanero Lime with a Chili-Lime Rim and a Lime Wedge garnish. Again, this is one of the best margaritas we might’ve had from a counter-service spot in Disney World.
We also loved that this wasn’t a sweet-sour margarita mix. Also, this baby was STRONG, but in all the right ways. We loved tasting the chili-lime rim right before each sip, too.
Will you make a trip to Blizzard Beach during your next Disney World trip? Here’s more about all the dining locations! Be sure to look for the new Frozen details! We’ll keep an eye on everything else that’s new in Disney World, so be sure to stay tuned to DFB for more reviews.
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Which is your favorite Disney World water park? Let us know in the comments!