Over the course of the past few days, anecdotal stories about the disappearance of the fan-favorite Walt Disney World Resort POG juice — that’s passionfruit, orange, and guava for those unfamiliar — at various restaurants, including ‘Ohana and Boma – Flavors of Africa, have begun to surface.
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We contacted ‘Ohana restaurant directly to inquire about the availability of the popular beverage, which has previously been served with the dining location’s family-style breakfast.
When inquiring about a visit to Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and the beverage options, such as POG juice, available at the dining locations, we discovered that Walt Disney World Resort as a whole is currently not serving POG juice.
At this time, it is unknown when the beverage will be available for Guests to order again.
Some fans online have speculated and reported that the manufacturer from which Disney orders the POG beverage is no longer making the beverage, forcing the Resort to either stop serving it or look elsewhere for a distributor.
It is worth noting that POG juice is currently still listed on the menu for Kona Cafe, but keep in mind that it is not on the menu for Boma, ‘Ohana, or Tusker House — although all-you-care-to-enjoy restaurants at Walt Disney World don’t often share the full menu online with all of the juice options, this is still noteworthy given the current POG juice situation. As we mentioned, however, when we inquired about a recent visit at Disney’s Polynesian Resort, it was clear that the beverage is not currently available to drink across Disney World property, even though it’s still listed on the Kona Cafe menu online.
Stay tuned in Inside the Magic for the latest details regarding POG juice (AKA “Stitch juice,” “jungle juice,” and “lilikoi juice,” as well as other monikers) at Walt Disney World Resort.
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