Available exclusively at the Joffrey’s kiosk near the exit to The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, a new frozen beverage boasts a “bone-chilling” combination of frozen lemon and wild grape in honor of the Hollywood Studios attraction. Of course, we had to stop by to give this new Frozen in Fear drink a try.
Joffrey’s Frozen in Fear Frozen Drink – $6.49 (Spirited with Grey Goose for $14.99)
A bone-chilling combination of frozen lemon and wild grape.
With temperatures lingering around 90° today, we decided it might be the perfect opportunity to try this brand-new frozen Joffrey’s beverage. Available exclusively at the Joffrey’s kiosk outside of The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, this new Frozen in Fear drink pays homage to the attraction. The menu board touts it as a “bone-chilling combination of frozen lemon and wild grape.” A non-alcoholic version is available for $6.49, but we ultimately chose to go spirited, opting for the $14.99 version that includes Grey Goose vodka.
On such a warm day, we were happy to have this cold Frozen in Fear drink to cool off. This frozen purple drink packs a very sweet, very refreshing flavor that was perfect for the warm Florida suns. The lemon and wild grape, which are equally present, really hit the spot. If they weren’t $14.99 each, we could certainly see ourselves enjoying more, particularly this summer.
The Grey Goose is noticeable but more subdued. While the touch of alcohol was nice, the sugary frozen lemon and wild grape flavors were certainly not interrupted. These tart and refreshing flavors sure do hit the spot.
We were also offered a taste of the slightly more frozen, non-alcoholic version. The standard Frozen in Fear drink was much more tart and flavor-forward. Ultimately, both versions were tasty and especially refreshing on a warm spring day.
While the prices aren’t much of a steal, we see the Frozen in Fear drink as a splurge-worthy treat for guests looking to cool off and enjoy themselves outside the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
If you’d prefer to get your sugar intake in the form of candy, the new Power Limes candy, inspired by Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland, has arrived at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Golly Pops are also available featuring a few of Mickey and Goofy’s favorite interjections.
Will you be trying this “bone-chilling” frozen concoction on your next visit to Hollywood Studios? Let us know what you think of this new beverage from Joffrey’s that pays homage to the neighboring Tower of Terror.