Disney-Themed Drinks and Cocktails for Adults

Updated on July 29, 2017

Disney-themed drinks and cocktails can add a touch of elegance and class to any adults' party. These parties are excellent for all ages and are usually the talk of the area for ages to come.

Here are some of the most popular, as well as the most bizarre, cocktails available. Some originate from classic films, others are from more modern Disney films, all of which will be a surefire hit at any party.

Glass Slipper (Cinderella)


6 Cracked ice cubes, 3 measures gin, 1 measure blue Curacao


Place all contents into a cocktail shaker and shake vigorously. Pour into a large glass, add straw, and a sparkler for effect.

Cinderella (Cinderella)


4-6 cracked ice cubes, 1 measure white port, 1 measure lemon juice, 3 measures white rum, 1 tsp sugar syrup (see recipe at foot of page), 1 egg white


Pour all the contents into a cocktail shaker and shake until a frost forms. Strain into a chilled tumbler.

Tinkerbell (Peter Pan)


5 cracked ice cubes, 1 measure cherry brandy, 2 measures vodka, 1 egg white, dash of grenadine


Place all contents into a cocktail shaker and shake well. Strain into a chilled glass. Add straw and cherry on a stick. A drink recipe with a bit of a kick.

Peter Pan (Peter Pan)


5 cracked ice cubes, 1 measure gin, 1 measure orange juice, 1 measure peach brandy, 1 measure dry vermouth


Pour contents into cocktail shaker and shake vigorously until an eerie frost forms. Strain into glass and enjoy this drink with a kick.

Crocodile (Peter Pan)


6 ice cubes, 1 measure Midori, 1 measure triple sec, 2 measures vodka, 2 measures lemon juice


Empty contents into the cocktail shaker and shake well, pour into a cocktail glass.

Prince Charming (Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty)


6 cracked ice cubes, 2 measures vodka, 1 measure apple brandy, 1 measure apricot brandy, 1 tsp lemon juice


Shake all ingredients in a cocktail shaker until nice and frosty. Pour into a chilled glass, add straws and sip away. A kicking cocktail drink recipes.

Princess (from nearly every Disney film)


2 measures apricot brandy, 2 tsp chilled single cream, 1 tsp caster sugar


Pour the single cream into a bowl with the sugar. Stir well. Pour the brandy into a liqueur glass and float the cream on top of the brandy by slowly pouring over the back of a teaspoon.

Little Prince (the non-alcoholic cocktail drink)


5 cracked ice cubes, 1 measure lemon juice, 1 measure apricot juice, 2 measures sparkling apple juice


Put all the contents into a bowel and stir well, pour into a tall glass an add a twist or slice of lemon and a sparkler as decoration.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (This Is a Show-Stopper)

This is an extremely potent mixture of drinks, not to be taken lightly.


Happy Tequila Shot

Dopey White rum Shot

Grumpy Vodka Shot

Doc Whiskey Shot

Sneezy Brandy Shot

Bashful Dark Rum Shot

Sleepy Absinthe

Snow White 1 measure kahula, 2 measures Baileys Irish Cream, 2 measures Vodka. Stirred


If someone does not know the name of the seven dwarfs, then they must drink the seven dwarfs then finish off by drinking snow white.

Please provide a bucket at the side just in case. Only to be taken into consideration by drink-hardened adults. An excellent array of Disney-themed cocktail drink recipes.

How to Make Sugar Syrup

You'll Need:

  • 4 tablespoons of water
  • 4 tablespoons of caster sugar

Here's How:

Put 4 tablespoons of water and 4 tablespoons of caster sugar into a saucepan and continually stir over a low heat until all the sugar has dissolved.

Bring to the boil and allow to boil for 1-2 minutes. Allow to cool and refrigerate.

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        fg 2 years ago

        very creative

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        idigwebsites 4 years ago from United States

        That's very creative, with the drinks named after the Disney characters... Caution to kids.. Despite the names, most of these drinks are not for you hehehehe. I will try your mixes. :)