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    Quote Originally Posted by BrerGnat View Post
    The Viking coffee has been mentioned a couple times. I'm not sure what's in it, but apparently, it's good!
    I know. I've never had one, but now my curiosity is peeked. Always looking for a nice warm libation, especially at Epcot during the winter.

    I actually liked the coffee margarita that was offered very briefly at the new CS place at Mexico right after it opened. I guess I was the only one.

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    The Grand Marinier Slushy in France is very refreshing. I would love to try a maragita from the new bar in Mexico.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugeyedMuggy View Post
    A flight of tequlia in Mexican pavillion.
    I coudnt agree more. Some of the best tequlia I have ever had. (And I've had more than my share )

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    Here is another vote for Ciders at the UK. So nice to drink and sit on the bench and watch Illuminations. Then escape out the International Gateway.....

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    Can it count if it's half-beer? I love getting a snakebite at the Rose and Crown--half Cider, half lager.

    Otherwise I guess it would have to be the champagne in France (which tastes remarkably like a snakebite!)
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    In Germany inside there is a wine bar and they sell Gluhwein (we say glow-wine) . It is a hot spiced red wine that is perfect on a cool night and especially around Christmas. We bring a few bottles home every year. Love it !!!
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    A nice bold Chianti from Italy, or perhaps a Bourdeux from France would do...?
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    Don't know if they are still selling this one but last September the frozen margarita bar in Mexico was doing a midnight blue margarita and it was lovely. Also would vote for a torontopolitan in Canada and Cider in the UK - I don't like beer so its nice I can get my Cider while I am here.
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    Sunken Treasure - Malibu Rum, Midori, orange juice, pineapple juice and Sprite with a splash of BOLS Blue Curacao. Served in a souvenir cup for an additional $2.00 - $7.50

    Amazing drink. Can't remember where I had it so you know it had to be good.
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    So where do you get the Grey Goose slushies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsw123 View Post
    So where do you get the Grey Goose slushies?
    From a little kiosk by the water in the France Pavilion.
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    Thank you all for the great suggestions! There are a lot of things on here that I hadn't heard of. (Although like Scar, most of what I will be drinking will be water.)

    I had to look up the Viking coffee, and here is the description from the Akershus menu:

    "a robust combination of Columbian Coffee,
    Kamora Coffee Liqueur, and Baileys Irish Cream"

    Natalie, I should have been clearer... I thought that the portion size of the French slush drinks was about right, I just thought that the price was a bit high for the portion size. But that's why I only got one... it was a treat :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kairi_7378 View Post

    Natalie, I should have been clearer... I thought that the portion size of the French slush drinks was about right, I just thought that the price was a bit high for the portion size. But that's why I only got one... it was a treat :-)
    I hear ya! But, Grey Goose is expensive vodka, relative to something like Smirnoff. I've paid $12-14 for some martinis in steak houses that use high end vodka, so I found the price of the slushie to be about right, for a theme park.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickey'sIrishPAl View Post
    Sunken Treasure - Malibu Rum, Midori, orange juice, pineapple juice and Sprite with a splash of BOLS Blue Curacao. Served in a souvenir cup for an additional $2.00 - $7.50

    Amazing drink. Can't remember where I had it so you know it had to be good.
    Would LOVE to know where this is!
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    The Grand Marnier Slushy in France is amazing!

    Do a Wine Walk...you get a card and get to walk around to some of the countries and get wine samples. When you do, they stamp your card. It's a great souvenir as well!! I believe France, Italy and Germany do it. It was alot of fun and you get to experience many great wines!

    Do a flight of tequila in La Cava in the Mexico pavilion...fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eas423 View Post
    Would LOVE to know where this is!
    I believe it was Hurricane Hannah's at the Yacht and Beach Club. My wife had to remind me. Hope you try one and let me know what you think. They are amazing.
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    this is a fun question. we go to wdw in the very hot weather so i wont be avle to try the hot drinks but they sound wonderful.
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    Another vote for "glow-wine" from Germany! Great on cooler nights.

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    Here is another vote for the Grand Marnier slushing in France. We are doing the DAWS in August, so thanks for the other ideas! Can't wait to try them!
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    As a devoted Anglophile, I love Strongbow hard cider at the United Kingdom.
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