With travel put at a standstill, it can be tough to live out your dreams of seeing the world. But in Orlando, we can see experience—and taste—so many different countries, without leaving the comfort of our city.
With so many options to choose from, we want to help with an expert-curated guide to drinking your way around the world at Epcot. We‘ve picked our all-time favorites from all 11 countries in the park!
Keep scrolling to discover the most authentic drinks and how to have the perfect day with your drinking buddies at Epcot.
Ever heard of a morning margarita? Well, we’re making it a thing. Grabbing an ice-cold marg from Mexico should be the first stop on your list! Head inside La Cava del Tequila and grab an Avocado Margarita with melon liquor, fresh avocado, and lime juice with a hibiscus salt rim for $17.00.
If you’re in a rush to beat the line at a ride, stop by the La Cantina de San Angel quick service restaurant for frozen margaritas or sangria starting at $12.50. Enjoy your beverage while exploring the Mexican shops and listening to the mariachi band! We never met a margarita we didn’t like—and this one is definitely our fave! ¡Arriba! ¡Abajo! ¡Al centro! ¡Pa’dentro!
If you’re not fully awake yet, there’ll be nothing stronger, or that’ll hit you harder than taking your coffee like a literal Viking! So why not head on over to Norway to get some Viking Coffee! You can get this delicious treat at the Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe quick-service restaurant. Viking Coffee includes Bailey’s Irish cream and Kamora coffee liquor for $14.
If you’re feeling extra, you can also grab a frozen Viking Coffee with coffee-chocolate sauce and garnished with coffee-chocolate crunch. We also suggest snagging a Norwegian Troll Horn if you’re hungry! Skål!
After that quick pick-me-up, we’re heading to China for some refreshing Plum Wine or Mango Gingerita! You can find this delicacy at the Joy of Tea quick-service restaurant right outside for easy access! The Mango Gingerita is infused with vodka and light rum, and at $11, it’s perfect for a warm, sunny day.
At the back, you‘ll discover the Lotus Blossom Cafe, where you can grab some orange chicken, potstickers or a fruity plum wine starting at $7. Ganbei!
After all those fancy drinks, there’s nothing better than an ice-cold beer from the country that does it best, Germany! So if you’re in the mood for a refreshing citrusy beer, might we suggest the famous Schöfferhoffer pink grapefruit hefeweizen for $10.25?
If you want to feel like you can go take down a bear, head to the Biergarten Restaurant for an extra special treat of schnapps with the Bärenjäger Honey & Bourbon for $13. Prost!
Our fifth stop on this drink-around-the-world tour is none other than Italy! Feel classy as you walk through the cobbled streets and pristine fountains with a glass of Prosecco for $10.50, Prosecco with strawberry purree for $11, or a Bellini for $11.
One of our absolute favorite drinks in Italy is the limoncello shot! Sold only at the inside bar or at select drink carts, this drink will have you speaking Italian in no time! Saluti!
Congratulations, you’ve made it halfway around the world, and it’s time to party like it’s 1776! Welcome to the American Pavilion, where the patriotism is strong, and the drinks are cold.
An excellent stop for a snack and a drink in the U.S. is Block & Hans. Here you can get a Ciderboys Strawberry Magic Hard Cider for $11.75 or the Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale for $10.75. This is also a great stop for a Mickey Pretzel or funnel cake to soak up some of that alcohol. Cheers to all ye Epcot lovers!
After relaxing in America, it’s time to head to Japan for Sake and a Tokyo Sunset! You can head up past the koi pond to Katsura Grill quick-service, or you can dine at the Hibachi Teppan Edo restaurant.
Grab a Toyko Sunset for $13, with coconut rum, creme de banana, peach schnapps, and pineapple juice, or choose from their wide selection of sakes, hot or cold, starting at $8. We also recommend checking out Japan’s gift shop for all sorts of Japanese goodies! Kanpai!
Simmer your senses with flavors from the Mediterranean in Morocco! Here in Morocco, you can enjoy wine, sangria, Moroccan beer, and delicious cocktails.
One of our favorites is the Moroccan Mule for $15, with Figenza Fig Vodka, Ginger Beer, Agave, and Lime at the Spice Road Table. While enjoying your drink, shop around in their open Bazaar or even pop into the museum if you need some cool AC! b’Saha!
When you need to cool off after a hot day of drinking around the world, there’s nothing better than a refreshing slush from France! Head to Les Vins des Chefs de France for french wines, Champagne, and of course, slushes.
Choose between a Grey Goose Citron, vodka, and lemonade for $14.50, or try the Le Geant Slush with your choice of a lemon or orange base and a shot of Grand Marnier or Grey Goose Citron for $19.95. You can also try the famous Grand Marnier slush with rum, Grand Marnier, and Grey Goose Orange for $14.50! So sit back, relax, and watch the world go by from France. À votre santé!
Take your tastebuds across the pond to one of the liveliest pubs in the UK! The Rose and Crown Pub in the United Kingdom Pavilion has classic ales, lagers, and stouts. They also serve great pub blends like half Harp and Guinness, half Boddingtons and Guinness Cider with black currant juice.
Our personal favorite has got to be the Welsh Dragon! Enjoy peach schnapps, melon liquor, creme de menthe, orange juice, and pineapple juice served in a souvenir cup for $16! Cheers!
Congratulations, you’ve finally made it around the world at Epcot! And after ALL of that food and drink, if you still can top it off, what better way to celebrate than with an Ottawa Apple in Canada? Head to the Popcorn stand to grab this yummy drink with Crown Royal whiskey, maple, apple infusion, and cranberry juice for $14.
If you’re feeling fancy, head inside Le Cellier Steakhouse for their famous Icewine Flight from the Niagara Peninsula for $21. And speaking of Niagara, don’t forget to walk through their waterfalls in the pavilion! Sociable or Cheers!
You thought we were done? Well, before you go, there’s also a bonus stop at the Refreshment Outpost. Nestled between China and Germany, this is a great stop that offers hot dogs, seasonal offerings, ice cream, and slushies.
To quench your thirst, be sure to try the Mango Starr cocktail with Mango Puree and Starr African rum for $13.75. This is also a bonus stop if you’re there at one of their many fun festivals! See you next time!