Brew The Coffee Served At Disney Parks And Resorts Right In Your Own Kitchen
Get a jolt of magic in your morning cup!
While there are Starbucks locations inside Disney parks, Joffrey’s Coffee & Tea Company is the official specialty coffee of Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort and Disney Vacation Club. That includes all the coffee served at Disney restaurants, in hotel rooms and around the parks (unless it’s in a Starbucks cup).
And now, you can order Joffrey’s coffee online and have it shipped to your door so you can fill your mug with Disney magic every morning. Prices vary depending on if you’re buying a 16-ounce bag, a package of K-cups or a variety pack, but single bags are priced between $11.99 and $19.99.
The coffee offered in-room at select hotels across the Disney resorts is Joffrey’s French roast. The French roast is a blend of Arabica beans from Central and South America, and a bag will run you $13.99 (or $14.99 if you want decaf). You can also get the french roast in K-cups.
The newest addition to the Disney Specialty Coffee Collection is the Riviera Resort Blend, which was developed by Joffrey’s head roastmaster Chris De Mezzo in collaboration with Disney chefs. It combines beans from Papua New Guinea, Costa Rica and Kenya to create a sweet and smoky profile.
If espresso is more your style, the espresso served at the Flying Fish Café is also available for purchase. A blend of beans from Central America, South America and Africa, the espresso has an intense aroma, bittersweet flavor and pleasant aftertaste.
If you’ve taken a Disney trip in the fall, you may have had Joffrey’s seasonal Pumpkin Crème Brûlée. The medium-blend coffee has notes of pumpkin pie and vanilla custard. You can purchase a 16-ounce bag for $11.99.
The Joffrey’s Facebook account posted on Aug. 6 that the autumnal coffee was officially available to order online:
If you’re starting to plan your holiday gifts, you can also buy gift packs from Joffrey’s for all your Disney-loving friends and family. Choose from two different coffee trios: one with Steakhouse 55, Carthay Circle and Napa Rose and the other with Kona Blend, Flying Fish Café and Victoria & Albert’s.
Have you ever had Joffrey’s coffee at Disney World or Disneyland?
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.