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EPCOT is known for its festivals, food booths, and cuisine and beverages from around the world. One of the most popular activities among adults is the ability to “Drink Around the World.” However, there are many adults who cannot or simply choose not to drink alcohol.

We have assembled a complete guide to drinking around EPCOT, non-alcoholic style.

Festival Flavors

EPCOT Flower Festival
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EPCOT almost always has a festival going, offering unique flavors and cuisines. The current festival is The International Flower and Garden Festival and it runs through July. We are starting off our guide with a listing of the different non-alcohol options available at the outdoor kitchens at The International Flower and Garden Festival.

The first booth we will look at is La Isla Fresca. This Encanto-inspired booth offers a drink called the Tropical Breeze which is a mixture of lemonade, grapefruit juice, and simple syrup. At The Citrus Blossom, you can find the adorable Orange Bird sipper filled with an orange-lemon smoothie.

Orange Bird Sipper
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You can head to bunch themed Sunshine Skillet for a Froot Loops Shake. From those who have tasted this cereal concoction, it is said to taste just like the fruity flavored milk at the bottom of a bowl of Froot Loops.

Next up, we have Flavor Full Kitchen which offers a Blood Orange Agua Fresca or the popular Cookie Butter Worms and Dirt which is a play on the classic dessert topped with gummy worms and cookie crumbles.

Spike The Bee
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Over at The Honey Bee-Stro, you can find the Spike the Bee sipper filled with a honey-peach freeze. Lotus House in the China pavilion offers a rose bubble milk tea.

If you are feeling adventurous, you may want to try the Maple Popcorn Shake from Northern Bloom. The maple-vanilla flavored shake is topped with actual maple popcorn.

One of the most popular International Flower and Garden beverages can be found at Pineapple Promenade. The Frozen Desert Violet Lemonade is a favorite among festival goers.

Violet Lemonade, EPCOT
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If you are a lover of the famous Dole whip, you can also try the Dole Whip with Fanta. Finally, Trowel & Trellis--which features plant-based dishes—offers a Twinnings Energizing Macha Cranberry & Lime Green Tea.

During the festivals, Joffrey’s, the popular coffee company, offers specialty beverages. For the International Flower and Garden Festival, they are showcasing some different refreshers which are all lightly caffeinated. At the location in World Discovery you will find the Minty Melon Refresher. This drink is a blend of watermelon-cucumber-mint juice with strawberries and blueberries.

Joffreys Refreshers
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At the World Showcase location, you can order the Pink Paradise Refresher, a blend of dragon fruit-lychee juice with strawberries and blueberries. At the location within the American Adventure pavilion, they offer the Wildberry Wonder which is a blend of wildberry-hibiscus Juice with strawberries and blueberries. Finally at the location near the Canada pavilion, you can order the Strawberry Fields refresher. This one is a blend of strawberry açaí juice with strawberries and blueberries.

Drinking Around the World

Joy of Tea
Image: Disney Parks

We will start off in Mexico (the proper place to start) at Choza de Margarita. At this quick-service location, you can order the Conga which is Mexican fruit punch with orange, pineapple, and lemon juices. In Norway, head to Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe for the Frozen Coffee with coffee-chocolate sauce and topped with coffee-chocolate crunch. In the China pavilion, check out the Honey-Hibiscus Ice Tea at Joy of Tea. You could also try the Bubble Milk Tea which is a peach black tea with boba.

If you are visiting the Germany pavilion and are down for a table service meal, Biergarten offers the German Spezi which is a combination of Coca Cola and Fanta Orange. Once in the Italy pavilion, you will want to check out La Gelateria Toscana for the Affogato Espresso Gelato, which is espresso poured over vanilla gelato and topped off with amaretto cookies. Within the American Adventure pavilion, at Fife & Drum, you’ll find the patriotic colored American Dream.  This slushy is a layering of frozen Fanta Wild Cherry, vanilla ice cream, and frozen Fanta Blue raspberry. You can also find other Fanta slushes and root beer floats here. Japan does not offer any unique beverages, but you might find the Kakigōri shaved ice to be refreshing on a hot day. You can find it at Kabuki Café.

Kakigori
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Once in Morocco, you will want to check out Oasis Sweets & Sips for the Frozen Mint Tea or Citrus-Pomegranate Slushy. Next door in the France pavilion, you will find several options at Les Halles Boulangerie-Patisserie. If you are a coffee lover, you may want to try any of the coffee specialties ranging from cappuccinos, lattes, iced cappuccinos, and espresso.

If you prefer something without coffee, you can try the chocolate milk, hot chocolate, or hot tea. In the UK pavilion, you may decide to try the English Breakfast Tea at Yorkshire County Fish Shop. Finally, in the Canada pavilion, try the Pand-Ade at the Popcorn cart. This fruity beverage is a blend of coconut-pomegranate lemonade with pomegranate boba pearls.  

Other Drinks Found Around the Park

EARidecent Sip-a-bration, Disney
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At various locations throughout the park, you can find the EARidecent Sip-a-bration 50th Anniversary specialty drink. This Minute Maid Premium Lemonade and fruity strawberry punch is served in a souvenir 50th Celebration Cup with a dissolvable character to add a little color and shimmer to your drink. You can of course also find Starbucks at Traveler's Café, and they offer all the coffee beverages, Frappuccino’s, teas, and refreshers.

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