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Drink Around the World at Epcot

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If you’re a wine snob, cocktail connoisseur or beer fan, Epcot is the best of Disney World’s theme parks to satisfy your tastes.

Epcot’s World Showcase features 11 pavilions dedicated to nations around the world, which naturally include classic food and drink.

Let’s play drink around the world at Epcot!

Please drink responsibly. If you intend to hit up all 11 pavilions, share 1 drink among others or ask if you can try a sample size.

Drinks from the Mexico pavilion

La Cava del Tequila is where you want to head when visiting the Mexico pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase.

With over 200 types of tequila stocked, you can be assured that you’ll have one of the best margaritas or straight-up tequila ever.

I recommend going with a tequila flight, so that you can sample several types of tequila.

Not into hard liquor? La Cava del Tequila also has several Mexican beers, such as the ever popular Dos Equis.

Drinks from the Norway pavilion

Pop over to Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe at the Norway pavilion for a Carlsberg draft beer or shot of Linie Aquavit, a caraway-infused vodka.

Drinks from the China pavilion

Don’t let the tiny Joy of Tea snack shack at the China pavilion fool you! There is plenty to choose from there, even when it comes to booze.

I recommend the plum wine, green tea plum wine slushie or Tsing Tao beer for my brew fans.

Drinks from the Germany pavilion

Biergarten Restaurant is Epcot’s answer to a traditional German beer garden. But don’t let the name throw you off – Biergarten Restaurant serves German beer, wine, AND liquor!

Can’t decide what to get? I recommend the Schöfferhofer Hefeweizen brew, the German beer flight or German White Wine flight.

Looking for a quick stop? Sommerfest includes quick bites, like Black Forest cake, as well as German beer and liquor.

Drinks from the Italy pavilion

Head to Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar to sample delicious Italian wine at this adorable wine bar tucked away in the Italy pavilion at Epcot’s World Showcase. Don’t worry, there’s cheese too!

Drinks from the USA pavilion

Head over to Block & Hans at the American pavilion to sample delicious American craft beer.

I recommend Not Your Father’s Root Beer, a unique beer that truly tastes like a classic root beer! It’s very sweet, so you may want to split it with someone.

Don’t forget a Mickey-head pretzel to go with your brew.

Drinks from Japan

At the Japan pavilion, head to Kabuki Cafe, where you can pick from an impressive selection of Japanese beers and sake.

I recommend the Sake Flight, which includes 3 different sakes, or the Sake Mist, a Japanese shave ice that includes sake.

Drinks from Morocco

Spice Road Table at the Morocco pavilion includes beer, liquor, wine, and cocktails from Morocco, as well as other Mediterranean nations, such as Portugal and Greece.

I recommend Lillet or the Signature Sangria.

Drinks from France

Les Vins des Chefs de France is the perfect stop to sample French wine or liqueur. I recommend the Grand Marnier orange slushie!

More of a wino, but can’t decide? I usually go with the rosé if I can’t decide between red or white wine. It’s the perfect blend of both worlds.

Drinks from the UK

Pop on over to Rose & Crown Pub at the United Kingdom pavilion to sample beer or scotch from Great Britain, Ireland, Wales, and Scotland.

Pimm’s Cup, Black & Tan or a Scotch sampler flight are my recommendations.

Not looking for a sit-down experience? There’s a beer cart outside the pub, where you can order a beer, such as Bass Ale.

Drinks from the Canada pavilion

Hit up Le Cellier Steakhouse for lunch or a big snack. Get the poutine, a popular Canadian dish of french fries, gravy, and other delicious toppings.

Wash it all down with a Canadian brew, such as Moosehead Pale Ale or Saint Ambroise Oatmeal Stoute.

Le Cellier Steakhouse is a hard reservation to get – so be sure to book in advance.

Not able to secure one? The popcorn cart outside the pavilion serves Canadian staple beers, such as Labatt Blue.

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She holds an M.A. in Journalism from Northeastern University and B.S. in Communication & American Studies from University of Miami.

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