Love it, love it, hate it, drinking around the world is a time-honored tradition at EPCOT. For those of you who don’t know, drinking around the world means he’s participating in EPCOT’s World Showcase and will try to drink in all 11 countries, Disney’s unofficial fandom. is the challenge of Many have tried, but only a few have succeeded.
People who fail usually have one thing in common. That is, they started in Mexico. Whether you drink around the world or not, Mexico is the most popular starting point for the World Showcase Tour. Great food and excellent beverage options make this a popular pavilion for foodies and drink lovers. However, those drinks are tequila-based.It is not uncommon to start and the end They pack a punch, so here’s your challenge.
Contrary to popular advice, we recommend starting with Canada. By starting in Canada, you can experience the best each country has to offer, with progressively stronger drinks. Move on to drinks. This increases your chances of not only succeeding, but responsibly (and not getting sick).
Not sure what to order?We drink a lot of completes around the world, so we’ve prepared a list of proven options that are suitable for each pavilion largely how does it taste. Read on to discover what to get and where to make the most of your challenges!
When taking on this challenge, I think it’s a fun challenge to try to be as authentic as possible with your drink selection. I like to choose Sometimes the choices are a bit ‘nostalgic’, but that’s the point! Here’s my typical lineup (haven’t failed yet):
Canada: La Fin du Monde. This beer is a Canadian icon! This beer, which means ‘the end of the world’, is brewed using the recipe of a medieval teapist monk. Definitely worth a bite!
England: Guinness. Enough already, right? Britain is famous for beer. Nothing stands out like Guinness. Admittedly, it’s a bit of an acquired taste for Americans because we’re used to sweeter flavors (even in savory dishes). If dark ale isn’t your thing, try Bass Pale Ale. It’s common here in the US, but it qualifies as it’s a UK import.
international gateway: Stop at World Traveler for bottled water. I want to rehydrate while traveling.
France: Grand Marnier Orange Slash. I know you said you start off easy and transition to booze, but this slush is too good to pass up (plus, I don’t know about you, but I doubt a blended frozen cocktail is as strong as a drink). no rocks).
Morocco: This is confusing. Arabian countries are not known for alcohol due to the religious nature of most Middle Eastern governments. Although alcohol crisis is legal, it is often difficult to find and is usually imported from elsewhere. For a truly authentic experience, we recommend sitting at a table at Spice Road and feasting on authentic Moroccan small plates. Food fuels you and helps keep you cool.Remember…the goal is to have a fun tasting experience, not a ‘Let’s trash it’ marathon.While at the Spice Road tableMore , Moroccan order his mules. Fig vodka is the closest thing to the real thing here.
Japan: Saki. For the ultimate sake experience, you might want to head to the Saki Bar behind the Mitsukoshi department store. It’s a good option, but the best experience I’ve ever had was at the Garden House, an adorable little outdoor place near the front of the pavilion. I wasn’t sure what to order, so I told them what kind of saki I liked and they gave me samples until I found the perfect one (pictured above).
America: Moonshine sour. Found at Regal Eagle’s Walk Up his bar, this sweet drink is wildly popular. Made with Ole Smoky Blackberry Moonshine from Tennessee.
Italy: Wine flight. Italian wines are some of the best in the world, it’s impossible to choose just one! That’s why Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar wine flights are the perfect option. You can’t go wrong, but I highly recommend Under the Tuscan Sun. And don’t worry, I won’t steer you wrong. I promised a gentle transition so you can actually make it all over the world. of the spout. No wine drunk naps here!
Germany: Schöfferhofer Grapefruit Hefeweizen. Of course my suggestion for Germany is beer. Riesling is good, but beer and Germany go great together! Schöfferhofer Grapefruit Hefeweizen also made history! It was the first hefeweizen blended with grapefruit juice, making this beer truly unique (and worth a try).
snack outpost: This is another great opportunity for hydration. Grab some water (and some snacks) here so you can immerse yourself in the game for the rest of your world tour.
China: China is a tough place, but there are two absolutely wonderful things here. Tipsy Ducks in Love and Honey Hibiscus Hard Iced Tea. Usually I go with Honey Hibiscus Hard Iced Tea. Tipsy Duck in Love is pretty heavy as it’s made up of bourbon, tea, coffee, cream, and chocolate.
Norway: Once upon a time I wanted to recommend a shot of the Norwegian liquor Aquavit, but it is no longer offered here. If you want something authentic, Einstok he white ale is recommended. But if you want the best on the menu, get the Frozen Viking Coffee. It’s not Norwegian with Baileys Irish cream and Camorra coffee liqueur, but it makes 10 out of 11 stops, so I guess it’s allowed.
Mexico: Did it! Now I feel as crazy as my wallet, but I did it! Time to celebrate!!!! Skip the Choza de Margarita. The good stuff is inside. Head over to La Cava Del Tequila and grab a table. Even if there is a wait… it’s worth it. Every margarita on La Cava’s menu is worth your time, but I prefer the Blood Orange Margarita.
congratulation! You have reached all 11 countries and completed Drink Around the World. Don’t be the next ‘misbehaved guest’ headline because you did it. You’ll need it (plus, no one wants to celebrate with trespassing.)