Your Childhood Push-Pop Just Got Boozy at Disney World

Oct 3, 2018

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Disney Springs, The Walt Disney World Resort shopping and dining center, has a new way to help 21+ visitors cool off and let loose after exploring the parks all day. Visitors can now buy boozy push-pops at the Paddlefish restaurant.

The frozen treats come from Buzz Pop Cocktails and contain more alcohol than your average glass of wine. With 15% ABV, these pops might be just what you need after you try to hit all of the rides in one day or after planning how to navigate all 40 square miles. The frozen cocktails come in eight flavors all made with fruit and rum. The flavors include Moscow Mule, Lemon Drop Martini, Blueberry Mojo and more. Not only do these slushy pops come packed with flavor, they’re vegan, gluten-free and fewer than 100 calories.

 

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The CEO of Buzz Pop Cocktails told PEOPLE the brand will add two more flavors this winter: White Russian and Grasshopper Sorbet. This isn’t the first Disney treat to get a little boozy — beignets over at the New Orleans-inspired Scat Cat’s Club now come with pipettes of alcohol and Magic Kingdom made wine and beer available at all of its sit-down restaurants this year.

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