Recently, Disney World Guest Michelle L. was visiting Disney’s Port Orleans Resort Riverside and decided, as many Guests do each morning, to get a cup of coffee from the Resort.
Michelle’s photo [above] clearly showed that The Walt Disney Company’s Parks, Experiences and Products division has had a bit of a snafu with their coffee cups — she was comically given a cup from Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California at the company’s flagship property in Orlando, Florida.
On Friday, December 10, Michelle wrote:
Found a quiet place to work while waiting for our room. Systems are down this morning. And….I think they delivered the coffee cups to the wrong side of the country…
It is unknown why Guests at Disney World are being served coffee in Disneyland cups, but it likely has something to do with the supply chain issues that are plaguing businesses nationwide.
More on Port Orleans Resort Riverside
The official description of Port Orleans Resort Riverside:
From the stately white-column mansions of Magnolia Bend to Alligator Bayou’s quaint backwoods cottages, delight in a picturesque setting that evokes the romance of rural Louisiana. Take a short walk along the Sassagoula River to Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – French Quarter, known for Southern specialties like gumbo, jambalaya and beignets.
More on Coffee at Disney Parks
Experience Joffrey’s artisan roasted coffees, teas, and signature specialty beverages in a variety of ways including lattes and espressos, cold brew, iced tea, blended specialty drinks, and spirited beverages, where served. Visit Joffrey’s at Disney Springs® and locations throughout Walt Disney World® Resort.
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