I’m not a big drinker, at all.  But there’s something about a funky-colored drink with a glow cube that at Disney that makes you really glad you’re over 21.

It’s a well known fact that, at Disney, my heart belongs to the Blue Glo-tini and I’m really, really glad that it’s one of the perks from “The Year of a Million Dreams” that stuck around.  But somewhere along the line, they created the Magical Star Cocktail, another fruity cocktail that became something of a signature drink at Disneyland and WDW.


I actually got to try this drink for the first time my last trip at Coral Reef. I have to say, while it doesn’t trump that glorious Glo-tini, it is pretty darn good, and super, duper easy to make at home. Like the Glo-tini, it’s a fantastic drink for people who don’t like the taste of alcohol, but want to drink a little more adult. Plus, light up ice cubes make everything a little more awesome.

Seriously! Look at this!  When I had this on 2/1/13 at Coral Reef, I thought it was so pretty I took a video!

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Magical Star Cocktail – Disney Parks

  • Author: adminthedisneychef


Magical Star Cocktail

As is served around Walt Disney World as a signature cocktail offering


  • 1 part coconut rum (Parrot Bay)
  • 1 part X-Fusion Organic Mango and Passion Fruit Liqueur
  • 1 part organic pineapple juice


Combine all ingredients in a shaker over ice. Shake and strain into a margarita glass, filled with fresh ice and a rainbow glow ice cube on color-change mode.  Garnish with a cherry, if desired.


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