Dole Whip Lives!

Disneyland has this favorite refreshing cooling treat, too!


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Update from Rich: We got one Dole Whip (pictured above), one Dole Whip Float (pictured below), and one bottled water.

Dole Whip Float

They also offered Dole pineapple juice and Dole pineapple pieces as more Tiki delights. The one and only Dole Whip location at Disneyland is near the entrance to Adventureland from the hub, and is double-sided: You can order (and line up) from the Adventureland walkway as well as inside the Tiki courtyard of Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room. When we took this photo, I just had to stop because I was feeling very dehydrated. I waited on a long line while Michael and Carol went off to the hub to sit. No use all of us standing! Not only did the line stretch far into Adventureland (although I saw it go farther on another day which was more crowded with Guests) but when I got to the front of the line I was told that the couple ahead of me got the last Dole Whip and that I’d have to wait 10 to 20 minutes because the Dole Whip machine was overheating. Yeah, like all of us that day!

Dole Whip stand from inside the Tiki courtyard:

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It doesn’t help that the Dole Whip stand is so much out in the weather, unlike the one at WDW’s Magic Kingdom where the CM area is air conditioned. By having no air conditioning at the DL version of the Dole Whip stand, any day that temperatures rise higher than normal then the Dole Whip machine has to work harder to create the frozen concoction. So, I decided to wait longer for the machine to chill the delicious treat, since I had waited in line so line already and because I really needed something to pep me up. While waiting I chug-a-lugged the entire water bottle I bought there, and pre-paid for everything I ordered for us in order to make things go faster once I finally got our stuff.

We all sampled my Dole Whip float, which is basically Dole Whip pineapple soft-serve ice cream served with Dole pineapple juice. That plus Dole Whip itself (which Carol and Michael had a large serving of to share) are both very refreshing on a hot or warm day.


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