Poison Apple Sipper

REVIEW: New Spooky Caramel-Apple Drink in Poison Apple Sipper Tempts Guests at EPCOT

While making your way through World Showcase at EPCOT can be a hot experience during a Florida summer, the Canada pavilion has guests covered with a new icy drink to cool them down, and it’s one of many perfectly-themed treats for the Halloween season.

Spooky Caramel-Apple in a Poison Apple Sipper – $16.00


This spooky non-alcoholic concoction is located at the maple popcorn stand near the path to Le Cellier Steakhouse within the Canada pavilion.


The Poison Apple Sipper, like similar Halloween themed treats, is a great looking souvenir for guests to enjoy once they finish their drink!


This isn’t the first time we’ve seen a Poison Apple Sipper (or, as Disney previously called them, Steins). Two years ago, a purple Poison Apple Stein was released for the 2019 Halloween season. And way back in 2018, a green version was available at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.


This newest version features a shimmering ruby red base which really stands out, despite being coated by the slowly “dripping” white poison.


The top of the sipper also conveniently flips open for guests to enjoy their cider and can then be quickly closed again to prevent spillage. The lid doesn’t include a cutout for a straw.


The drink is served with ice, then topped with a sour apple ice cube and caramel and chocolate pearls.


The Spooky Caramel-Apple in a Poison Apple Sipper tastes like a sweeter apple juice with cinnamon. It’s good, but the caramel flavor does not come through at all.


While the sipper can be extremely heavy to carry, the cider itself is ultimately refreshing and worth a try on a warmer day.

Will you be trying this fun Halloween treat in your next visit? Let us know in the comments below!

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11 days ago

So disappointed they weren’t at the park today