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Walt Disney World Now Has a Lime Dole Whip Margarita — Here's Exactly Where to Snag It

Jen Juneau
Walt Disney World Now Has a Lime Dole Whip Margarita — Here's Exactly Where to Snag It

If you typically avoid Walt Disney World in the summer because of the crowds and the heat, you might want to reconsider that decision because the Lime Dole Whip Margarita is here to save the day.

Beginning this month, Twitter users have flocked to the social media platform to rave about the resort’s newest alcoholic beverage offering that’s perfect for summer, served exclusively at the Polynesian Village Resort right near the Magic Kingdom.

Disney Food Blog reports that the drink — appropriately lime green in color — is available for purchase at the Polynesian’s Barefoot Pool Bar, while guests will also soon be able to snag it at the resort’s Oasis Bar and Grill. According to Delish, it sells for $12.50.

And instead of the Dole Whip dessert’s signature pineapple, the margarita leverages a Florida-worthy lime flavor instead, mixed with Corazón Blanco Tequila (salt or spicy chili-lime rim optional).

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Guests at the Polynesian are already obsessed with the Lime Dole Whip Margarita, sharing their love for the new drink on Twitter since the resort began offering it earlier this month.

“Planning my two days there around drinking those Dole Whip Margaritas,” one New York-based traveler wrote.

Another wrote, “The lime dole whip margarita might be my new favorite drink on property.”

For those unfamiliar, Dole Whip is the cult-favorite pineapple soft serve that debuted in Disney parks in the 1980s, and since then it has taken a multitude of forms, from doughnuts to cupcakes.

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Walt Disney World’s newest boozy offering joins the ranks of the recently unveiled “wine country brunch” at Disney Springs‘ Wine Bar George, which debuted late last month and includes a Dole Whip mimosa made with pineapple juice, moscato and prosecco.

The restaurant also serves their frozen Dole Whip Froscatos made with moscato, vodka and pineapple, along with Frosé (frozen rosé with vodka and strawberries) and Freaujolais (frozen Beaujolais wine with vodka and raspberry).

Wine Bar George‘s new wine country brunch menu — also including brioche French toast, steak and eggs, biscuits with sausage gravy and eggs Benedict — is available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.