REVIEW: Beaches & Cream Soda Shop Introduces Amazing Alcoholic Milkshakes


Beaches and Cream is already one of the most popular dining establishments at Walt Disney World, but something tells me it is about to become even more popular with the addition of new hard floats and milkshakes!


There are now 5 Hard Floats & Milkshakes guests will find on the menu foe either dining in or take out. On a side note, a member of our party had a tree nut and peanut allergy and could still have any of these. Beaches and Cream is really good with dealing with allergies, so don’t be afraid to stop by and order even if you think you might have an issue. Chances are they will be ready to serve you safely.


We ended up ordering three of these drinks for “review purposes”. Here’s what we thought:


The Grasshopper Float combines mint chocolate chip ice cream with Guinness. I will warn you that you probably need to already enjoy mint ice cream and Guinness to like this one, but if you do, you’re in for a real treat.


The Root Beer Float is excellent. Tasted exactly like I expected: like a hard root beer perfectly mixed with vanilla ice cream.


My favorite, by far, was the S’mores Shake. It was really smooth and had just the right hint of alcohol flavor added to the blend of spectacular sweets. I probably could have had at least 2-3 of these if no one had stopped me (or if the line wasn’t 30-45 minutes long at the counter…

I already love Beaches and Cream, but these hard drinks are really well done and give you another reason to visit if you happen to want an adult beverage and dessert all rolled up into one. I will be back again real soon to try the other flavors… or maybe to just get another S’mores Shake…

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  1. Went to Beaches and Cream last week during a visit.
    Had their burger which was really good.
    Had a milkshake, non-alcoholic. It was really good, however it was presented to me IN the metal container. Looked around and all of them were presented that way. Only filled the cup 3/4 of the way too. Again, it was good, but so much is lost in the absence of presentation. Is this something new?? No glass w whipped cream and a cherry peering out from on top ??
    Seems strange to me.

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