PHOTOS: Goofy’s Candy Co. at Disney Springs Now Serving Alcoholic Frozen Glaciers

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Well, Disney Springs just got a lot more lit. If you’re traveling down by Goofy’s Candy Co. anytime soon, we suggest you make a stop in for more than just the unique flavored cotton candy. Goofy’s Glaciers are now available with a little extra zip to them. You can now add Vodka, Tequila, Rum or Whiskey to any of the flavors of glaciers available. You ready for this?

Goofy’s Glaciers come in a variety of flavors from Brrr-Banana to classic Coca Cola.

These are perfectly refreshing on a hot day. There are lots of flavors to choose from, so mixing and matching sounds like a good idea!

You can add your choice of Rum, Tequila, Whiskey, or Vodka to these drinks. They’re available for $12.50 each. You can even mix the flavors of Glaciers involved. Maybe a combination of rum, Coca Cola, and Hi-C lime sounds interesting today. This is gonna be fun!

Will you be stopping by Goofy’s Candy Co. at Disney Springs to give these a try? Let us know!

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DisneyCM042

Can we just leave the CANDY STORE alone?? Seriously. Alcohol in Goofy’s candy shop?? Walt’s getting dizzy spinning in his grave. I get it – alcohol has a HUGE profit margin, and an easy one, but it is getting ridiculous.

Michelle
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Michelle

does this affect you that harshly? lol

Common Sense
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Common Sense

Man, is this page filled with alcoholics? Seriously though, this has been the answer for most “upgrades” since Be Our Guest opened. Just add alcohol.

Tim
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Tim

Calm down Helen Lovejoy.

Ember
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Ember

Is it legal in Florida to leave alcohol out unsecured for purchase? I think it is not safe to leave the alcohol at children’s height available to any one. A child could mistakenly at it to their drink.

M.T.Tomb
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M.T.Tomb

That is all behind the counter. Children can’t get to it.

Yikes
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Yikes

The alcohol couldn’t be any more clearly behind the counter. Kids are not going to be able to wander up and grab it, just as they are not able to do so at literally any other establishment in the United States.

Awesome Amy
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Awesome Amy

These bottles of alcohol are behind the counter, so it’s not ‘unsecured’ any more than a bottle of Jack behind a bartender.
I hate booze and think this is stupid, but it’s not dangerous for kids because they can’t get to it.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

That’s behind the counter. Cast members pour the drinks, not guests.

Jeff
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Jeff

I love reading some of the teetotalers reactions every time a new alcohol option is introduced at Disney Parks. They scream Bloody murder every time!! Lol
The beyond stupid “Walt spinning in his grave” remarks also bring joy to my heart.
So dumb!

Perhaps a giant Sesame Street themed vacation destination can someday be constructed for these Puritans.

Austin
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Austin

The “Walt spinning in his grave” remarks are even more hilarious when you remember that Mr. Disney was cremated.

CGrand284
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CGrand284

As a CM I can say that this goes against Disney’s own corporate brand guidelines. In general, Disney leadership is restricted from introducing alcohol to character-themed locations.

This tells me that the Parks segment will not perform to expectations this quarter and they are making risky changes to offset that. This would explain why I am seeing a million ads for Star Wars Land in Southern California – which, by the way, wouldn’t be necessary if crowds were as big as they anticipated (they’re not).

Gary
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Gary

Do you think that all the millions of families coming to WDW with little ones would want their kids seeing folks who have had a little to much to drink having their kids see this. Walt did not want alcohol served in the Magic kingdom at all & in the rest of the property only in a few select locations including Disneyland. These need to be only for dinner at resorts & guests be limited to one or two drinks. To not follow Walt’s vision is disrespecting Walt. Folks who think the same way aught to pass this on as… Read more »

Gary
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Gary

P.S. on my 1st post anyone who agrees about alcohol at Disney with me pass the word every way you can & contact the Disney Company with your displeasure about the alcohol maybe if they get at least a million contacts they will go back to Walt’s wishes!

Gary
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Gary

I have a little more to say Walt told the Saturday Evening Post in 1956 That he did not want any liquor, no beer nothing in the parks. He did not want it because it would ruin the magic & I feel from studying him with the books I have on him that he did not want small children exposed to someone who has had a few to many. I am trying to protect what Walt, Lilly ( his wife ) & Roy wished, Walts instructions & their legacy think about that. Now if any of you who still cannot… Read more »

Gary
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Gary

I forgot this ” this is a subject worth fighting for “