Is there anything better than frosé on a summer day at Epcot? We don’t think so! That’s why we’re sharing what we think will be your go-to drink to survive those hot summers at Walt Disney World: the peach frosé.
Those who have had the chance to visit Epcot’s International Festival of the Arts (the awesome latest festival at the theme park) probably remember the deliciousness of this peach-flavored frosé. The drink was previously only available at that festival, which runs only in the early months of the year, so we’re definitely excited to see it on an Epcot menu during festival off-season.
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Frosé all day in Epcot France!🍸This baby is BRAND NEW and a great way to cool off ❄️ It's made with Frozen Côtes de Provence rose, vodka, and peach purée and it's as refreshing as it sounds! 🎨You may remember a similar Frosé was available during the 2019 Festival of the Arts at the L'Arte de la Cuisine Française (France) food studio 📍Find this one year-round at Les Halles Boulangerie Patisserie for $12 #epcoteats #frose #drinkingaroundtheworld
The latest iteration of the peach frosé is a frozen slush concoction of Frozen Côtes de Provence rosé and peach. It’s not as brightly colored as some of Disney’s latest alcoholic beverages, like the neon margaritas at Disney Springs and Disney’s Animal Kingdom, but don’t let that stop you from trying this delectable drink. It’s definitely worth a try for any rosé fan, especially if you love the Grand Mariner Slush or classic pink frosé, both of which are drinks that you can also get at Epcot’s France pavilion. Anyone who loves drinking around the World Showcase, add this fruity drink to your list!
Here’s a closer look at the drink alongside some of the France pavilion’s delicious pastries!
You can purchase the peach frosé from Les Halles de Boulangerie Patisserie in Epcot’s France pavilion. It costs $12 and is not eligible for the Disney Dining Plan. Remember that this is an alcoholic beverage and will only be sold to guests ages 21 and over. But don’t worry! There are plenty of other delicious non-alcoholic beverages and snacks throughout the France pavilion, so be sure to check those out if you’re under 21 and want a sweet treat, too.