This is a fun and festive new drink available for the 50th celebration at Disney World. It is a non-alcoholic treat coming it at 10 dollars. It features a reusable souvenir plastic cup (and it’s held up so well with my kids!) so I recommend this even if the ingredients are off limits to you.
It is a minute maid lemonade, and the twist is a Food Based/Color Based Disney Character.
You add the character to the drink, and tada, it transforms into a sparkly magical festive drink.
The Sip-a-bration features 4 characters. Red Character is Mickey Shaped, Minnie is Blue, Yellow is Pluto and Green is Donald.
This is one of many Disney World 50th options available for the celebration
***As Always, please speak to a qualified restaurant employee when ordering food. In order to see the most accurate ingredients and risk assessment, you will need to confirm allergy safety in real-time. This is my personal experience, I am not employed or endorsed by companies or brands mentioned.***
EARidescent Sip-a-bration Allergy Info
It took me several months to *finally* get the ingredient list, and both the Head Chef and Manager at the Crystal Palace agreed it was probably best to avoid the drink because of the unknown and proprietary ingredients! (Kona Cafe, The Plaza, Steakhouse 71 etc were not able to provide the ingredients when I visited in the last few months of the drink being released!)
Here’s the ingredients (no screenshot, but you can and should check in real time to see your comfort level!)
All of the drinks contain: Sugar, Fruit and Vegetable Juices, Natural Flavoring, Maltodextrin, and Various Colors. Minnie Blue is the only one that does *not* contain Red Dye. No ‘may contain’ or allergens were listed on the info sheet (as it had ingredients, plus storage, plus use listed on a multifact sheet that CM’s had in their emails!) .
Technically it is a top allergy friendly drink, but I’ve only tried it without the character. The images you see here were only for the blog, and I did not get to taste the completed version.
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