5 is charged for a single shot of alcohol delivered in a waffle cup at Disneyland

$185 is charged for a single shot of alcohol delivered in a waffle cup at Disneyland

You may need more than your holiday shopping money to get this expensive Disneyland beverage.

Visitors to the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa can purchase a $185 holiday drink that combines well with the escalating admission rates to the Mouse House.

The “waffle shot” featured on the hotel’s 2022 holiday cart is served on a waffle cone-like base lined with milk or white chocolate.

You can order it non-alcoholic with milk or egg nog, or you can choose from eleven different liquors, like Skrewball Peanut Butter Whiskey, Bailey’s Irish Cream, and amaretto, for a more affordable $17 per shot.

However, one item on the menu dares diners to “enquire” about its pricing. This intoxicatingly praised choice would be prepared using the soberingly priced Remy Martin Louis XIII Grande Champagne Cognac.

According to SFGATE and the St. Louis Post Dispatch, a normal 1.5-ounce pour of Louis XIII may cost as much as $500, thus Disneyland’s $185 price tag is in line with the market pricing.

The hotel’s cart also sells Mickey Mouse-shaped biscuits and spiked hot chocolate, and cider may be paired with reasonably priced spirits so that park-goers can still afford souvenirs.

Visitors should double-check the clothing code before planning a trip to the Happiest Place on Earth, or they could end up like one woman who violated the regulations – but not for the reason you might expect.

Another woman claimed she was given a free T-shirt when her backless Minnie Mouse top was judged in violation of the park’s dress code.

At Disney World, visitors have one month to ride “Splash Mountain” before it is transformed into “Tiana’s Bayou Adventure,” which is based on “The Princess and the Frog” (2009).

 

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