The TOP 5 Espresso Martinis in Disney World

Welcome back, Mousekefriends!  This week we are going in-depth on one of our favorite cocktails in Disney World! The Espresso Martini!  We are telling you where you can find the best versions and what makes them stand out.  You never knew there could be so much variety in a single beverage.  Get ready for the delicious descriptions of your new favorite drink!  Reach out to our amazing agents at Kingdom and Cruise Travel so they can help you plan a Disney trip that builds in a stop for one or all of these Disney World espresso martinis.

If you can’t read the blog right now, we got you covered!  Listen to the Mousekemoms Podcast while you’re on the go. All the espresso martini details are here:


But first, the Mousekecocktail!

The Cold Brew Black Caf at Kat Saka’s Kettle in Galaxy’s Edge is just the kicker you need to start your Hollywood Studios morning off right.  It’s your breakfast cereal, coffee jolt and booze infusion all rolled into one.  This alcoholic coffee drink didn’t make our espresso martini list but we had to mention it!

The Cold Brew Black Caf is topped with sweet cream cheese, Cocoa Puffs and chocolate liquor. Chef’s kiss! Photo: Disney Food Blog

Now for the Countdown:

5. The Espresso Martini at Space 220

We are big fans of the espresso martini that you can get while dining in outer space at EPCOT’s Space 220 restaurant.  We think it has something to do with the Tuaca, an Italian brandy flavored with vanilla and citrus. It’s the perfect addition and makes this drink stand apart from traditional espresso martinis.  All the flavors blend to deliver a delicious and smooth cocktail in SPACE!

An out of this world combination of Tito’s Vodka, Tuaca brandy, espresso, whipped cream and dark chocolate shavings. Photo: Disney Food Blog.

4. The Espresso Martini at The Boathouse in Disney Springs

This espresso martini is for all the vanilla coffee lovers.  We like it because it’s not chocolate flavored!  This is a great lighter option that doesn’t go down like a heavy dessert.

This espresso martini features Stoli Vanilla, Licor 43 and Kahlua! The perfect trio of flavors!

Licor 43 is a Spanish vanilla and citrus liquor, and we love the addition of Kahlua here!  Head to The Boathouse for brunch and order this delightful espresso martini before you head out shopping in Disney Springs!

3. The Wake Up Call at Wine Bar George

Wine Bar George in Disney Springs, a restaurant and bar featuring pairings by Master Sommelier, George Miliotes, serves up the perfect espresso martini for coffee lovers!

The Wake Up Call at Wine Bar George is strong on the coffee flavor, so we feel they got the name just right. Photo: Disney Food Blog

This espresso martini is made with espresso-infused Pisco (a Peruvian liqueur), mixed with Caffe Borghetti Espresso Liquor, the best-selling coffee liquor in Italy! This tastes like super-charged coffee and less like an alcoholic beverage.  It’s the perfect 3pm pick-me-up after a park morning with all your kids.

2. The Espresso Martini at Enchanted Rose in Disney’s Grand Floridian

We are back to a chocolate flavored espresso martini here, and it is delicious!!  Bonus points for the ambiance.  We love Enchanted Rose and all the Beauty and the Beast touches throughout.

Hop on the monorail from Magic Kingdom over to Enchanted Rose at Grand Floridian to try their delicious espresso martini!

This espresso martini has Joffrey’s espresso, Stoli Vanilla vodka and Creme de Cacao, a sweet chocolate liquor.  This definitely goes down like dessert and we love it!

1. The Cold Brew Martini at Gurgling Suitcase in Old Key West

This gem of a lounge is tucked between Olivia’s Cafe and Good’s Food to Go at Old Key West. We love the name of the bar and they have our favorite espresso-less martini!

No espresso needed for this one!  The Joffrey’s cold brew does the trick and it is our top choice! This is a unique take on an espresso martini.  It has SelvaRey Chocolate rum (yes, rum!) and Tia Maria Liqueur, which has coffee beans as an ingredient.  It is scrumptious.  You do not want to miss this one!

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We recommend stopping for an espresso martini mid-afternoon.  They provide an afternoon jolt so you can make it through the rest of the day, and they also take the edge off after a busy park morning. You’re welcome, Mousekefriends. Let us know in the comments if you have tried these and which is your favorite!


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