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Taste the Tropics with Disney POG Juice: A Refreshing and Simple Recipe

If you’re a frequent Disney World guest, chances are you’ve had a chance to try the POG juice. If you’re not familiar with it, It’s a refreshing drink that can be found at several restaurants and bars throughout the Walt Disney World Resort.

It’s a delicious and refreshing drink that can be made at home with a few simple ingredients. This easy POG juice recipe will show you how to make your own pitcher of juice in just minutes in your own kitchen.

What is POG Juice?

POG stands for passion fruit, orange, and guava. It originates from Hawaii and is used as a juice, smoothie, or cocktail.

It’s no surprise with its name that the refreshing drink is made up of the tropical three juices (passion fruit, orange, and guava juice) blended together.

The combination of the sweet and tangy citrus flavors create a delicious drink that is perfect for a hot day in Orlando or on the Islands.

Disney’s Polynesian Resort, Walt Disney World

Where to Find POG Juice at Disney World

Passion fruit orange guava juice, sometimes called Jungle Juice or Liliko’i Juice, can be found at locations throughout Walt Disney World Resort. Some of my favorites spots to enjoy the drink are:

Animal Kingdom Park – Jungle Juice

  • Tusker House Restaurant
  • Dawa Bar

Animal Kingdom Lodge

  • Boma Restaurant

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

  • Kona Café – Liliko’i Juice
  • ‘Ohana
  • Barefoot Bar
  • Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto
  • Tambu Lounge

How To Make POG Juice at Home

If you’re feeling like you could use a bit of Disney magic at home, you can try making your own POG juice at home. Just mix equal parts of the three tropical juices into a pitcher and serve it over ice.

Make sure you save the recipe (below) to your summer Pinterest board for a vacation drink that will feel like you are on the beach, even when you’re sitting by the neighborhood pool or in the backyard.

You can also print out this super cute printable (click the photo or link below) to give to guests who will no doubt want the recipe when you serve it.

Hawaiian POG Juice Recipe by The Everyday Mouse

Ways to Use POG Juice

If you’re looking for a fun new way to enjoy the Hawaiian POG juice, consider making it into a smoothie, using the juice to make POG popsicles this summer, or adding 2 ounces of rum to a glass to make the perfect Hawaiian POG cocktail.

Can’t you just hear the waves crashing when you sip this yummy juice?

Where To Buy POG Juice

If you’re having a hard time locating the ingredients (the guava juice is usually the hardest to find) here are a few solutions to help make your POG juice dreams a reality.

POG Juice

While some people have success finding POG juice in the refrigerated section of Walmart, I can promise that mixing your own up tastes better. Will it work in a pinch, of course!

Langers makes a POG Juice that is easy to grab online too.

Hawaiian POG Juice Recipe by The Everyday Mouse

Flavored Syrups

Amazon has a Torani brand passion fruit syrup that can be added to the juice mixture. They also make a guava syrup. Both are so tasty and make a great rimming sugar.

Just add a pump of the fruity syrup to sugar, wet the rim, and dip the edge of your cocktail glass. And because it’s non-alcoholic, it’s great for adding to kids’ drinks to make them extra fun.

I hope you enjoy this Disney POG juice recipe when you need a Disney recipe at home. So, gather up your supplies and get ready to enjoy a cold glass of this sweet and tangy beverage.

Yield: 12 cups

Hawaiian POG Juice Recipe

Hawaiian POG Juice Recipe

Make this easy Disney POG juice recipe in just minutes at home. It's the perfect warm weather cocktail to drink poolside with or without rum!

Prep Time 3 minutes
Total Time 3 minutes


  • 4 cups passion fruit juice
  • 4 cups orange juice
  • 4 cups guava juice


  1. In a large pitcher add all ingredients and stir until combined.
  2. Serve chilled,
  3. Cover and refrigerate will last up to 7 days.


Brands for juices:
Passion Fruit Juice: Welches, Goya 
Guava Juice- Jumex

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