What Exactly is That Delicious Juice at Disney Parks?

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POG Juice

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Disney Parks is filled with delicious and unique food and drink offerings. From iconic Mickey bars to buttery popcorn to, of course, the one and only Churro, Disney has so many choices.

However, there is one specific beverage that so many Guests crave while visiting the theme parks — POG Juice (also known as Stitch Juice at ‘Ohana in Disney World or Jungle Juice in other locations at the parks).

POG Juice
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What is POG Juice?

So what exactly is POG Juice? Well, the famous POG Juice is a special blend of passion fruit juice, orange juice and guava nectar all stirred together (simple, right?) Personally, I love pairing this POG Juice with my morning breakfast (especially Mickey waffles, scrambled eggs, and fresh fruit — As if I were really at Ohana).

But if you are looking to spice things up — Try creating a mimosa and using the POG Juice instead of Orange juice!

Another fun concoction is to mix the POG Juice with a bit of coconut rum — I promise you will instantly be transported to the islands.

If you are looking for an easy to follow recipe for POG Juice, be sure to check out our article here!

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Credit: Two Disney Sisters

Where to Find POG Juice?

Thanks to ClickOrlando, we have a list of locations currently serving the popular POG Juice beverage at Walt Disney World Resort. Check it out here:

  • Tusker House – Jungle Juice
  • Boma – Jungle Juice
  • ‘Ohana – Stitch Juice or Liliko’i Juice
  • Kona Cafe – Liliko’i Juice
  • Trail’s End – Moonshine (non-alcoholic)
  • Garden Grill – POG Juice
  • Cape May – POG Juice

Disneyland Resort also offers POG Juice, but unfortunately due to the global pandemic, the California theme parks have yet to announce a reopening date.

Do you love POG Juice? Will you be recreating this delicious beverage in your own home? Let us know in the comments below.

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