Disneyland’s Latest Halloween Cocktail Is Eye-Catchingly Creepy
This Halloween season, Disneyland is truly stepping it up in the food department, including fall-inspired pumpkin churros and a glow-in-the-dark Oogie Boogie popcorn bucket. But not all of their October goodies are treats… in fact, their latest Halloween cocktail is definitely more of a trick.
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The Halloween Specialty Cocktail! This is a vodka and chambord concoction that has a cherry stuffed lychee 'eyeball' 👁 and purple glow cube! It's a fun drink for Halloween time but we personally thought it was too sweet for our taste. Find it at the Cove Bar in DCA. 👻🕷🕸 * * * * #disneyland #disneyparks #disneylandfood #disneygram #featuremydisney #disneylove #disneyfoodblog #disney #foodsofdisneyland #disneyfood #disneyfoodies #mmlshare #eatdisneyland #instadisney #DisneySMMC #abc7eyewitness #hellogiggles #visitAnaheim #dlr #magicdisneydream #disneylandfoodies #halloween #lycheeeyeballs #disneycaliforniaadventure #halloweencocktails #dca
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If you’re looking for more adult fare, the “Halloween Specialty Cocktail” is just what you need — that is, if you can handle how spooky it is.
For a limited time, visitors can sip on the $14 beverage at the Cove Bar restaurant in Disney’s California Adventure Park. It’s a vodka and Chambord concoction, tinted dark purple to give it that eerie feel, and features a totally gross eyeball garnish in the bottom of the glass. If you’re fully freaked out, worry not: The “eyeball” is merely a dyed maraschino cherry stuffed in a lychee.
This cocktail was made for your nighttime haunts, because a strategically placed glowing ice cube helps it light up in the dark.
The restaurant is also serving up Ghost-ly Pepper Nachos for the full Halloween experience, so Disney fans, get yourselves to the parks immediately… we’re watching you!
Will you be taking a trip to Disneyland to try their Halloween treats? Tweet us @BritandCo.
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