The Wave Introduces “The Seven Seas Lagoon”, 24oz Alcoholic Drink

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With tornado warnings in the area, we were looking for some shelter for the next few hours while at Walt Disney World, so we decided to head into The Wave at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. Upon entering the bar area, we were greeted by this…

The Seven Seas Lagoon at The Wave and Top of the World Lounge, Disney’s Contemporary Resort

Meet “The Seven Seas Lagoon”, a 24 oz shareable drink only available at The Wave and The Top of the World Lounge (in Bay Lake Tower).

In the drink are the following ingredients:

  • Skyy Vodka
  • Parrot Bay Coconut Rum
  • Soda Water
  • Agave
  • Lime
  • Pineapple
  • Strawberry Apple Boboa
  • Swedish Fish
  • Life Preserver Candies
  • A Glow Cube
  • Mickey Straws

The Swedish Fish and Strawberry Apple Boboa swim at the bottom of the Seven Seas Lagoon.

Mickey straws are provided, and come with a candy life preserver on them!

Surprisingly it only costs $22.00. We shared it between 3 people and it was honestly big enough for up to 3 guests to enjoy.

The drink itself is very sweet, but it has a nice sour flavor to counteract it, reminding me of many of the old Star Wars Weekends specialty drinks that were available at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. The soaked Swedish Fish swimming in the drink were quite delightful, as were the boboa.

For the price, fun, and flavor, you will be hard pressed to find a better shareable beverage at Walt Disney World. Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to finish this large drink I ordered…

About the author

Tom Corless

Tom has been regularly visiting the Walt Disney World® Resort from the time he was 4 months old. While he has made countless visits in the last 28 years, he did not become a truly active member in the Disney fan community until the summer of 2007, when he decided to launch the WDW News Today website and podcast. Tom has since become an Orlando-local and is a published author on Walt Disney World.
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Robert Blutarsky
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Robert Blutarsky

They completely forgot the plastic alligator.

Gigi
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Gigi

Is the drink itself really 24 oz. or is the vessel 24 oz.? Once it’s packed full of ice, it would be more like an 11 oz. drink. I’d need a full 24 oz. to survive another crappy Flatbread from the Wave. Does sound pretty good though.

stevenw
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stevenw

I was at EPCOT Friday and couldn’t help but notice there were more loud, belligerent drunks than I’m used to seeing at a Disney park that day. Don’t know why that was, but clearly the increased amount of alcohol being served at Disney parks isn’t bringing out the best in people.

John Dean
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John Dean

Here, here! I’ve been saying the same thing for years. The number of intoxicated guests has ruined Epcot.

Intoxicated Guest
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Intoxicated Guest

*hiccup* I beg to disagree. EPCOT is the greatest, back home they call me a drunk. There they call me a professional!

Anonomouse
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Anonomouse

Well it was #artfulepcot. Maybe they just wanted to get the full artist experience and become drunk in order to express their inner pain through art. Or simply the fact that it’s #artfulepcot so there’s more alcohol available.

Cindy cross
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Cindy cross

We were at epcot on Sat and I have to agree that more people do seem to be drunk but it was nothing compared to when the wine and food festival

Comment Completion Bot
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Comment Completion Bot

…. had Hanson perform. Everyone was so Crunk and rocking out. The mosh pit was absolutely ballin’ and everyone was on Molly.

Kim
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Kim

The drink looks very cool. Not much of a drinker myself, but wouldn’t mind having that as a glowing mister by my bed.

John McGinty
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John McGinty

Working for watercraft at the Magic Kingdom and driving boats IN the Seven Seas Lagoon, I was the first in my department to try one and it was great! Shared with a past Crafty and she loved it as well!