Disney selling new alcoholic Dole Whip treat topped with popping candy

Finally! Finally.

Disney World has debuted a new alcoholic version of its popular Dole Whip treat, much to the delight of fans and foodies who were probably only a few minutes away from smuggling their own rum into the park.

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The boozy new beverage can be found at the Pineapple Lanai at Disney World’s Polynesian Resort, where it’s served with a mix of passion fruit, orange and guava juices, as well as a shot of rum on the side, a Disney spokesperson confirmed to Fox News

To top it all off, the cocktail — called the “Polynesian Lava You” — comes covered with popping candy.

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Other alcoholic versions of Disney’s popular Dole Whip treat are available year-round at the walk-up Pineapple Lanai window, Disney confirmed, as well as a Dole Whip Lime Margarita beverage at the Barefoot Pool Bar at the Polynesian Resort, made with lime Dole Whip, tequila, and chili-lime seasoning.

Disney added that the Tamu Tamu refreshments stand at the Animal Kingdom had already hopped on the boozy bandwagon with multiple rum-soaked Dole Whip offerings (a King's Cooler made with Dole Whip, fruit-flavored syrups and rum; as well as two variations each of boozy Dole Whip Pineapple Cups and Dole Whip Pineapple Floats).

Disney Springs had also previously introduced Dole Whip-based mimosas and Froscatos (made with vodka and Moscato wine) in 2019 at the Wine Bar George. Currently, Marketplace Snacks at Disney Springs offers a Dole Whip Pineapple Float with either spiced rum or coconut rum.

The Dole Whip, seen here sans booze, has long been a popular treat at the Magic Kingdom. 

The Dole Whip, seen here sans booze, has long been a popular treat at the Magic Kingdom.  (Disney)

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The newest Dole Whip offering currently available at the Pineapple Lanai will set guests back $15.25. A non-alcoholic Dole Whip — a frozen dessert made from pineapple juice — sells at the park for $5.99.

A representative for Disney World was not immediately available to comment.