REVIEW: Delicious If Strange ‘Sparkling Lychee & Cheese Cream Drink’ and its Adorable Coaster for Disney Halloween 2021 at Tokyo Disneyland

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Halloween is upon us at Tokyo Disneyland, and that, of course, means a few treats and drinks to get into the spooky spirit. On our most recent visit to Tokyo Disneyland, we caught a glimpse of this incredibly adorable Ghost Mickey coaster, which meant we had to try this interesting Sparkling Lychee & Cheese Cream Drink as well!

Sparkling Lychee & Cheese Cream Drink – ¥500 ($4.42)


The vast majority of the drink is as red as blood, but comes in this absolutely adorable cup that we first saw in 2019.


The drink itself is a mix of lychee syrup, Kirin Lemon, and cheese cream with a huge dollop of whip on top. The drink itself is extremely fruity, it definitely fits the lychee bill. But we hardly tasted any of the cream cheese foam, with the focus on top going to the highly sweet strawberry sprinkles and the thick ball of whip. The granola and sprinkles on top seem like an odd choice at best, and the latter will overshadow any other taste when you get it in the same mouthful. But we still enjoyed it nonetheless.


And how adorable is this rubber coaster with a Ghost Mickey peeking out of a Tokyo Disneyland manhole as well? You can pick up this coaster for an extra ¥500 on top of the sparkling drink.

Would you try this interesting combination to get the adorable coaster? Let us know in the comments below!

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