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17 Fun Disney Themed Cocktails

17 Fun Disney Themed Cocktails

Being a Disney adult is not something anyone should be ashamed of, especially when it means you get to enjoy these 17 creative and fun Disney themed cocktails!

Some of us find lots of comfort in watching these movies and characters who have thrived throughout the decades.

Others are reminded of happy times with our loved ones exploring the expansive theme parks.

Even if you wouldn’t consider yourself a Disney fan, these Disney Themed Cocktails are incredibly easy to drink and are perfect for anyone who wants a delicious beverage.

Some of these may turn your friends into even bigger Disney fans!

You can find some drinks inspired by some of your favorite characters like the Mickey Mouse Mimosa or the Cheshire Cat Inspired Cocktail.

Some of these are drinks you can find at the parks, or variations of it, like an Avocado Margarita or Boozy Dole Whip.

Whichever route you decide to go with your Disney themed cocktails, you can ensure that you will have a tasty and refreshing drink that will be so much fun to prepare and enjoy!

Make sure you have a couple of these recipes handy for your next Disney movie binge night because it will fit your evening so perfectly!

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This simple yet tasty mimosa shows the iconic yellow and red of Mickey Mouse’s attire.

Orange juice and champagne are necessary for any mimosa but with a teaspoon of grenadine, you get the added red to your glass.

Chocolate-covered strawberries cut into the outline of Mickey’s head add a themed garnish, too!

We have all wondered what was in the poison for Kuzco, but this blackberry shot will give you a small glimpse of it without having to worry about turning into a llama, yourself.

A small bit of food coloring will also give you the pink color that was so eye-catching in the movie.

Rapunzel’s long locks and purple dress are easily seen in this variation of a mojito.

Empress gin replaces rum for both a gorgeous purple color and a unique flavor added to your glass while pineapple chunks almost imitate her long golden hair.

The Star Wars series is often seen as its own franchise, but it is in fact apart of the world of Disney.

While this cocktail tastes amazing from the Malibu, Midori, pineapple, and lime juice, its all about the garnishes for this drink that look just like the adorable Grogu!

It’s rare to find someone who goes to a Disney park and doesn’t grab a Dole Whip to enjoy.

You may want to add a little bit of an adult touch with a few ounces of spiced rum to the traditional and well-loved recipe.

In the Disney movie, there is an argument over what color the princess’s dress should be, so if you are on team blue, a dash of blue food coloring makes this cocktail fitting!

Raspberry liqueur, vanilla vodka, and some lemon-lime soda make this cocktail taste amazing but some silver shimmer makes it a magical drink fit for Princess Aurora.

This cocktail was inspired by the Alice Through the Looking Glass movie but is refreshing and delicious to enjoy no matter what, even outside of a Disney themed night.

Purple sanding sugar, grenadine, and blue curacao give a vibrant appearance while the Sprite and two different types of vodka fill the glass with so much flavor.

To get the gorgeous appearance, be mindful of the order and speed you add the liquids in.

The phrase means no worries, for the rest of your days, and with a glass of this in hand, your worries will fade away.

The layers of red and orange in this drink will look like an African sunset, while tasting like a less sweet Bahama Mama cocktail.

A maraschino cherry on top will look like the red mark left on Simba from Rafiki while a slice of orange will mirror the sun.

It seems like a little bit of edible glitter will make any drink feel a little more elegant and this is no exception.

Lemonade and pineapple juice make this feel like a fun mimosa while a couple dashes of Angostura bitters add a slight bit of complexity to the taste.

The end result is like you are sipping on Tinkerbell’s pixie dust!

Other Cinderella inspired drinks may use blueberry and whipped cream vodka with some cream but this is fruitier with pineapple and grapefruit juice and some coconut nectar mixed in.

With a little bit of sugar on the rim, this will feel like a lavish drink you would have at your own ball.

To make this cocktail even better, there are no complicated steps involved in preparing it.

Simply, mix together your ingredients in a cocktail shaker and pour it into your sugar-rimmed martini glass!

La Cave del Tequila at Epcot has an avocado margarita that you will be thinking about long after the drink is finished.

Most ingredients can be found in common grocery or liquor stores.

Since all this takes is blending everything together, you may find yourself making this as your new go-to cocktail.

If you find yourself at Oga’s Cantina in Disney World, chances are you will see this drink on the menu and find you’re drawn to give it a shot.

Normally, you have the freedom to substitute brands for those that you may like better but for this, it is highly recommended to stick to the brands listed for the best taste.

There are tons of fall flavors in this cocktail from the whiskey and ginger apple juice, but also a dash of refreshment from the mango passion fruit and marshmallow creme that sits right on top.

Some may love this drink because LeFou secretly is one of their favorite characters in Beauty and the Beast, while others have tasted this at Gaston’s Tavern and want to relive the delicious experience at home.

To get the full effect of this cocktail, there are a few different steps including making your jello dice, mixing together your limeade, and blending your cocktail together.

Glowing ice, gummy worms, and your dice pull this together into a drink that screams the Nightmare Before Christmas!

This may have started out on the secret drink menu at the Cove Bar in Disneyland, but it has become one of the most well-known Disney Themed Cocktails due in part to the fruity refreshment it provides and the beautiful rainbow appearance.

The great thing about this is that the cocktail will have the layers settle naturally so there is no need for complex techniques to get it just right.

Sunshine Tree Terrace is responsible for creating the original version of this amazing Disney Themed Cocktail but adding a little bit of alcohol gives you all the deliciousness and more, in the comfort of your own home.

Vanilla vodka and Grand Marnier are the perfect match for the orange juice and frozen concentrate in this recipe.

A bit of heavy cream makes it smooth and so easy to sip on, making you feel like you’re enjoying this right at the park in Florida!

The bottom line

Whether you miss the theme parks or want an adult beverage to enjoy while watching your favorite movie, these Disney themed cocktails will bring a bit of magic to your day!

Let’s get more themes going here for your next fun event:

17 Disney Themed Cocktails

17 Disney Themed Cocktails

Is it time for a Disney Dinner at your house? Pull up this list of 17 fun Disney Themed Cocktails to set the stage!


  • Frozen Inspired Cocktail
  • Mickey Mouse Mimosa
  • Yzma’s Extract of Llama
  • Rapunzel Cocktail
  • Baby Yoda Cocktail
  • Boozy Dole Whip
  • Sleeping Beauty Cocktail
  • Cheshire Cat Inspired Cocktail
  • Hakuna Matata Cocktail
  • The Tinkerbell
  • Glass Slipper Martini
  • Avocado Margarita
  • Jedi Mind Trick
  • LeFou’s Brew Cocktail
  • Worms, Dice, and Everything Nice
  • Disney Fun Wheel Cocktail
  • Citrus Swirl Cocktail


  1. Skim through our list of Disney Themed Cocktails.
  2. Select the recipe that fits your mood and gathering!
  3. Prep the ingredients as instructed.
  4. Enjoy and drink responsibly!

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