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Boozy Dole Whip has arrived at the Disneyland Resort

Boozy Dole Whip has arrived at the Disneyland Resort
Photograph: Leslie Kalohi

Though Dole Whip may not be exclusive to Disneyland, we swear the tart frozen treat just tastes better at the happiest place on earth. Sure, you can find the refreshingly tangy twist of pineapple soft serve (and pineapple juice, if you spring for a float) outside of the park, but only at Disneyland can you enjoy it while watching the birds sing words at the Enchanted Tiki Room. Now, there's one other Dole Whip add-on that's unique to the Disneyland Resort: rum.

The Disneyland Hotel has started serving Dole Whip, both soft serve and floats, at its lobby-adjacent cafe, the Coffee House. More importantly, the Coffee House is also serving a spiked version of the beloved beverage: a pineapple float, topped with soft serve and mixed with a rum.

To be clear, the Tiki Juice Bar—that's the spot next to the Enchanted Tiki Room, often with a mid-day line that rivals some of the best Disneyland ridesisn't serving the alcoholic variety. Disneyland, as opposed to California Adventure, doesn't sell alcohol inside its gates (aside from the members-only speakeasy, Club 33). So don't expect the spiked version of the float to make its way into Adventureland anytime soon.

Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/Jennifer L.

 

Pineapple soft serve at the Coffee House costs $4.49, with $5.49 for the float and $8.75 for the version with "a splash of rum." According to WDW News Today, the "splash" part is pretty literal, so don't expect to get too buzzed off of a single float. If that's not enough to quench your spiked tropical drink thirst, make sure to hit up Trader Sam's, one of our favorite tiki bars, while you're at the hotel.

Your move, Wizarding World of Harry Potter: time to make boozy Butterbeer happen.

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