Secret menu at Cove Bar in Disney California Adventure

You may not know, but there is a secret menu at Cove Bar in Disney California Adventure. This menu contains five secret drinks.

Cove Bar menu at Disney California Adventure

Secret Menu

The Black Pearl – It’s similar to the classic Long Island Iced Tea. It has vodka, gin, rum, sweet and sour, Chambord (French raspberry flavored liqueur), and Sprite. The drink is layered so it looks pretty.

Earthquake – This also starts out like a Long Island Iced Tea with vodka, gin, rum, and sweet and sour. However, this time there is blue curaçao and Sprite mixed in and it’s topped with a 151 Rum floater. This beautiful drink is really strong. You’ll only need one of these.

Neverland Tea – Vodka, gin, rum, peach schnapps, pineapple juice, Sprite, and Midori to add the perfect shade of Peter Pan green.

The Fun Wheel – This layered drink begins with pineapple juice, then X-Rated Passion Fruit Vodka and topped with blue curaçao mixed with vodka, rum and gin. This is by far the prettiest of the drinks and it’s named for Mickey’s Fun Wheel, which you can see from the bar.

 

The Zombie – Light rum, dark rum, coconut rum, spiced rum, 151 rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, blue curaçao, Midori, and grenadine. This is a rum lovers dream drink! It might not be the prettiest (it is called Zombie after all), but tasty is what matter with this adult beverage.

Have you ever tried one of the drinks off the secret menu at Cove Bar? In the comment’s section below, let us know about your favorites!

 

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  3. Maureen on 1 August, 2017 at 11:41 am said:

    The Earthquake lived up to its name. It was beautiful, tasted surprisingly good, but was devastating. If there was Sprite in this drink, it was along the lines of an extra dry martini. The Zombie was pretty in the layered state. Once stirred, it turned very gray. The fruit flavors held up well here, as well.

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