Coffee Drinker? Here’s What Walt Disney World Has For You!

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Are you Mouze Kateerz fans coffee drinkers? says that fifty-two percent of Americans over the age of eighteen start the day with a cup of coffee. With thirty percent of the American population drinking coffee occasionally, this means that over eighty percent of Americans consume coffee. That’s a lot of java. Since we Mouzez are always on the lookout for a way to bring home the Disney magic,  we took a good look at coffee in the Disney parks.

With 80% of you are drinking coffee, what do you do on a vacation to Walt Disney World? Where can you get fresh coffee at the Walt Disney World theme parks? Here’s a list to keep you covered.


American Adventure Kiosk

Canada, UK coffee kiosk

Test Track kiosk

Odyssey coffee kiosk


Tangierine Cafe

Italy Beverage Cart

Rose & Crown

Les Chefs de France

Maybe you can add a good cup of coffee to this list:

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Hollywood Studios

Writers Stop

Starring Rolls Cafe

Magic Kingdom

Crystal Palace

Popcorn beverage carts

Animal Kingdom

Tusker House

Coffee carts

On average, says coffee drinkers will spend nearly $165 per year on coffee.  For those coffee drinkers that get a cup to go from a local coffeehouse before work, they will wait in line nearly forty-five hours each year! Coffee is the leading source of caffeine consumption in the United States, and is the world’s second most popular drink after water. If you follow our advice on when you should go to Disney World, maybe you won’t have to stand in line for too long.

If you want to cut down on some of that waiting time at WDW, you can pick up coffee at many of the gift shops. Disney offers “Mickey’s Really Swell Coffee” in a 12 oz. can, pictured above, for just $9.95. This is the largest size available for purchase in the Disney parks, and the two flavors available are Chocolate Fudge and Disney Blend.

Coffee not your drink of choice? Maybe you are more suited to tea…

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Men and women have similar coffee habits, both consuming the same amount of coffee each day, but with different reasons for drinking it. Women indicate that coffee is a good way to relax, but men say that coffee helps them get their job done. Generally, women are more concerned about the price of coffee than men.

Cutting costs, ladies? Maybe this can help you ave time and money.

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Looking for a nice gift for one of your friends while you are at Disney? This three pack set of sample coffees is just $9.95. Each coffee contains 2 oz., and the flavors are Breakfast Blend, Disney Blend, and French Roast. Your friends won’t be so mad you went on vacation without them if they can wake up to the smell of Disney every day.

Did you know that coffee beans are the seeds of a fruit similar to a cherry? Most of the world’s coffee is grown by small-scale coffee farming families, and coffee is actually the world’s second most traded commodity. The coffee market earns nearly sixty billion dollars annually, probably lots of which is purchased or consumed at Disney World.

Sixty-five percent of coffee drinkers add sweetener, so here’s a great Disney option. This set of four “Coffee Sprinkles” are just $7.95. The flavors are Irish Cream, Cinnamon, Chocolate Mint, and Amaretto. Watch out, because when your kids see this adorable container, they’ll be adding it to milk and hot chocolate. With just 3.6 oz., these won’t last long in your house.

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Coffee trees can only be grown where there is no winter frost. Many varieties of coffee plant exist, but only two are cultivated: the Arabica, and the Robusta. The Arabica is considered to be the best quality, but can only be grown above an altitude of 2000 feet, while the Robusta can grow below. It takes three to five years for a coffee tree to reach maturity; in one year, the average yield from a single tree is approximately one roasted pound of coffee. That’s a lot of work for a cup of coffee, so you better drink it from something stylish.

coffee mug, metal coffee mug, Disney coffee, disney drinks, disney snacks, Disney giftsThis metal coffee container, which would also be great for hot chocolate is $17.95 and comes in blue or red. If you follow our advice on how to pack the perfect backpack, then you’ll have plenty of extra room for the ride back to the hotel.

Not sure which Disney Resort hotels feature coffee makers? We’ve got all the info. you need on how to choose the Disney Resort level that’s right for your family.

Because once you get some of these Disney coffees back to your room, you won’t be able to resist the urge to brew a pot. Mmmmm, you know you can smell it already!

Here’s one more drink you can make at home, but it’s not of the hot variety.

Disney World’s Beloved Pineapple Dole Whip: the Make-It-Yourself Recipe

Thanks for stopping by for a photographical Disney ride, and we’ll see you with a steaming cup in your hand!



  1. I love coffee!! I still have the Piglet coffee mug my husband bought me on our first Disney visit together when we were first dating over 10 years ago!

  2. Today, I went to the beachfront with my kids. I found a sea shell and gave it to my 4
    year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She put the shell to her ear and screamed.
    There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear.

    She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is completely off topic but I had to tell someone!

  3. Usually I do not learn post on blogs, however I wish to say that this write-up very forced
    me to check out and do it! Your writing taste has been amazed me.
    Thank you, quite great article.

  4. How can I buy and ship the Walt Disney coffee mugs please???


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