I was sitting here thinking about the best places to find good coffee in Epcot. There happens to be a couple of stops right at World Showcase that have some extra special coffee. I’m not talking about just Starbucks, nor Joffrey’s but rather something with a little bit more for your trip to Epcot.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with good old Joffrey’s or Starbucks and you’ll see them listed here. But if you’re in the mood for something different and just want a little changeup on your latte then I’ve got a couple of places for you to check out.
The Best Places To Get Coffee in Epcot are:
- Tangerine Cafe’ – Morocco Pavillion
- L’artisan Des Glaces – France Pavillion
- Joy of Tea – China Pavillion
- Joffrey’s Coffee – Five Locations
- Starbucks Coffee – Fountain View
1. Tangerine Cafe’ – Morocco Pavillion
They have a nice little Moroccan coffee that is delightfully full of flavor. They even have their own coffee bar, it is called a Moorish coffee and it’s an espresso with cinnamon, nutmeg, orange blossom water.
The Moorish coffee is very strong, so if you don’t like strong coffee you’re probably not going to care for it that much. But luckily this is only our first stop, so that’s not our only coffee spot and there are going to be some sweeter coffees coming up with a little bit more delicious flavoring as well.
2. L’artisan Des Glaces -France Pavillion
For our next caffeinated beverage, we’ll head on over to the France pavilion to get something a little bit colder. Cold pairs well with the heat in Florida in case you didn’t know. You’ll find 16 flavors of artisan ice cream at L’artisan Des Glaces.
Yep, you guessed by its name that it’s an ice cream shop (with latte)!
But that doesn’t mean they missed the mark with their coffee. This is where we will find the cafe’ glace’. You get a cold-pressed espresso, a scoop of the coffee ice cream, whipped cream with some caramel on top.
If you decide you want to try out the cafe’ glace, it costs $7.50 currently and if you want coffee ice cream then you need to specify that, otherwise they will just give you the regular vanilla ice cream. If these don’t keep you running around the park all day then nothing will.
3. Joy of Tea – China Pavillion
Our next coffee drink which is going to be another delightful delete our next spot takes us on the other side of the lagoon in the heart of China. This coffee drink is a little bit different because it is only for 21 and over as it has a little whiskey in it. You can find it at the joy of tea stand and it is called tipsy ducks in love. It’s a little bit of bourbon with coffee, black tea, chocolate syrup, and cream.
The tipsy ducks in love is a little bit on the thicker side of a coffee drink, and it does cost $10.50 because of the alcohol content. It’s pretty delicious though and it’s a more strong taste of chocolate and coffee mixed together, but you can definitely still taste the whiskey as you make your way through this drink. Your best bet is to keep mixing it the best you can.
4. Joffrey’s Coffee – Five Locations
Personally, I’m not as big a fan of Joffrey’s coffee as a lot of people seem to be. I just had to throw it in here because it is a staple at Disney World and there are five convenient locations throughout Epcot. Honestly, if you just got to the park first thing in the morning and you need a cup of coffee it’s not all that bad and easily accessible as soon as you get in the park too.
The five places you can find Joffrey’s Coffee at Epcot are:
- Near the Epcot Monorail Station.
- Near Test Track attraction.
- World Showcase between the United Kingdom and Canada.
- World Showcase entrance near Disney Traders.
- The American Adventure Pavillion in the World Showcase.
5. Starbucks Coffee – Fountain View
Everyone loves Starbucks! Ok….well not everyone. But they do make some great caffeinated beverages and have some really great bakery items as well.
Update: Currently Starbucks at Fountain View is closed, but is supposed to open in a new location within the Epcot park this fall. I will make sure to update this article as soon as we learn where they have moved.
Well there you have it, these are the best places to get a cup o’ joe at Disney’s Epcot theme park. Thanks for reading and please make sure you share this with others back home who might be interested as well.
If you like you could also check out the video below from our friend Nate over at Paging Mr. Morrow. He covered some of these places in depth during a recent video he did at Epcot.