Our latest discovery: you can now get Dole Whip Floats — including our fav Kakamora Float!! — in a Tiki Sipper in Magic Kingdom!
If you ask us, there’s no wrong way to eat a Dole Whip!
Whether you keep it classic, amp it up with a splash of pineapple juice for a Pineapple Float, or get a limited-edition concoction like a strawberry-chocolate Dole Whip swirl or the Kakamora Float with coconut Dole Whip, even when Dole Whip is only OK (like you, Watermelon Dole Whip), it’s still pretty darn great!
We come to you with a tale today — one of love, loss, reunion, loss again, and REUNION AGAIN. If you’ve been around DFB for the past year or so, you know that we have a total love affair with Magic Kingdom’s Kakamora Float at Aloha Isle.
This float debuted for the 2019 Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party and we were SO delighted when it stuck around. It’s disappeared a few times, due to the park closures and once to make room for 2020’s holiday float. But we’re starting 2021 STRONG with the return of the Kakamora Float!
We’re counting down to a new year with oodles of limited-time treats!
New Year’s Eve in Disney World is a little different this year. The theme parks are closing before midnight and guests are encouraged to celebrate from their resort. Plus, Disney has been releasing a few special treats! So far, we tried the surprisingly tasty Animal Kingdom 2021 cupcake and a surprisingly underwhelming Strawberry Champagne cupcake. (Two of them actually!) We found ANOTHER surprise New Year’s Eve treat today at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.
Although Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort won’t be reopening until next year, Disney’s Polynesian Villas and Bungalows are currently open, as are several of the restaurants at the Polynesian.
Dole Whip alert! We’re back in Magic Kingdom, specifically at Aloha Isle today on a VERY special mission.
We tried to score our favorite Magic Kingdom frozen treat last week but we were unsuccessful! They were out of a few of the ingredients, so we had to settle for coconut soft serve on its own. So we made sure to set our alarm this morning to make sure we were the first ones in line to be reunited with our beloved Kakamora Float!
Our Disney World diet has consisted of Dole Whips, Dole Whips, and more Dole Whips ever since the parks reopened.
Although we’ve been rotating the Raspberry Dole Whip, Peter Pan Float, and Kakamora Float with our other Dole Whip picks, Magic Kingdom has brought back yet another float that you’re going to want to try ASAP!
Although we’ve been grabbing as many Dole Whips and Mickey Pretzels (with plastic cheese, of course) as possible since we’ve been back to Disney World, there have been quite a few menu changes in the parks during the re-openings.
While multiple menu items are available for guests to snack on again, we were SO sad to see treats like the Kakamora Float, I Lava You Float, and Peter Pan Float disappear from Disney World for the time being. And we’ve missed them tremendously!
Adventureland in Walt’s original park just got even more exciting!
We’ve already seen a new Dole Whip Float drift onto the menu at The Tropical Hideaway along with a new PB & J Mochi, Sweet Lumpia, and Loco Moco Bao, and today we’re here to excavate all the newly released Indy-treats that are now at Disneyland honoring the 25th anniversary of Indiana Jones Adventure!