• Bailey Fink

Drink Review: POG Juice

Updated: 3 days ago

You’ll be going ape for this jungle juice.


Animal Kingdom has a delicious array of food throughout the park, and with the recent news that POG juice may not be returning to Disney, we thought we would show you how to make it yourself. Now whenever you’re missing Disney, you can whip up a batch of POG juice and pretend you’re on your way to Kilimanjaro Safaris.


Disney’s POG juice has been known by many names throughout its stint at the park, the most well-known being Jungle Juice (and not the jungle juice that’s served out of a trash can at frat parties). Making POG juice is fairly simple as it’s just one part orange juice, one part passion fruit juice, and one part guava nectar.

Photo source: Cat Kelly

POG Juice

Yields 2 servings


Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. Pour all three juices in a pitcher and stir.

  2. Serve and enjoy!

Takeaway:

This juice is quite refreshing; it makes me feel like I’m in Disney on a hot Florida day (a.k.a. all of the days). My only tip would be to serve the drink chilled. Guava nectar doesn’t come refrigerated so you will want to chill it before making this drink, otherwise it makes the whole drink warm. The flavors all play together nicely, but I think this drink would be great with a splash of something fizzy (like Sprite) and it would definitely be even better if you added some alcohol (like a simple vodka or rum). Either way, POG juice is a fruity, sweet beverage that has me wishing I could be living my best life at Animal Kingdom.


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