One of the draws to Disney parks is the unceasing amount of experiences waiting to be discovered. You can spend an entire day riding the thrills, take a day to only watch the shows, or even spend your time eating all the gluttonous food that these parks have to offer. Even if you take your time at the parks, there is simply no way that you will be able to do everything, which is why each day is a new adventure.

It's even more impossible to gauge all the options that Disney has in store because not all of them are advertised. Disney has elite menus that only die-hard Disney fans are aware of. These are their secret menu items and they range from a mouth-watering cinnamon bun burger to refreshing alcoholic beverages. So get in the know; here are 10 secret drinks that only expert visitors will order at the parks.

10 Neverland Tea

Neverland Tea is available at a few Disney locations, but you won't find it on any menu. This cocktail is a twist on the traditional long island, with healthy doses of vodka, gin, and rum. To get it that luminous green color, a bit of Midori is added in and a juicy serving of pineapple. In true Neverland spirit, this drink is noticeably sweet, with hints of Peach Schnapps thrown into the mix. You can find it at the Lamplight lounge, but no Pete Pan-aged customers will be able to try this pretty beverage.

9 Bottomless Milkshakes

Instead of forking over your change for Disney's famous Dole Whip, why not use it for an everlasting treat? Most people have no idea that Disney has unlimited offers, much less a tasty one! At Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida, guests can now get bottomless milkshakes to combat the exuberant heat. The milkshakes are only nine dollars, and they have rotating flavors every month. They are typically popular flavors such as chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, or hazelnut. You'll only find this deal at The Plaza Restaurant, which can be found between Tomorrowland and Main Street U.S.A inside Magic Kingdom in Orlando.

8 Enchanted Cherry-Apple Lemonade

A delightful frozen concoction that has all the makings of Disney magic. This drink is at Troubador Tavern in Fantasyland. It's cherry and apple-mixed flavors help to give it a subdued sweetness, and the crisp apple slice that comes with every drink is an added bonus. This drink is made especially for Snow White, but don't worry, the Evil Queen can't get her hands on these!

7 Spiked Dole Whip

Dole whip isn't just for the kids, especially this version! A spiked Dole Whip is the perfect way to get the best of both worlds—all you have to do is ask! Dole Whip can be spiked with either spiced or coconut rum and is typically added to their traditional pineapple soft serve.

This adult-only drink is available at a few locations such as Trader Joes, or even at Disneyland Hotel's Coffee House. If you can find a Dole Whip vendor that has alcohol readily available at their station, chances are, they will be able to whip up this special treat.

6 Fun Wheel

The Fun Wheel is one of the Lamplight Lounge's many secret drink menu items. This colorful layered cocktail pays homage to the famous Mickey's Fun Wheel that can be seen clearly from the bar. The bottom begins the trail with pineapple juice, met with X-Rated Passion Fruit Vodka, and ends with a mix of vodka, gin, rum, and blue curaçao! Top it off with soda water and Disney’s famous fruit-infused fomz, and you get one dizzying and mesmerizing drink.

5 Pomegranate Piranha Lemonade

Another fomz-whipped frozen delight that you'll need this summer, this tangy blend of mango, pineapple, and lemonade gets its extra kick from its pomegranate flavored boba balls. So far, most people are able to find this at Bengal Barbecue in Disneyland. But, if you're a fan of bubble tea, keep your eye out for more not-so-secret places to pick up these drinks.

4 The Black Pearl

Like the Fun House beverage, The Black Pearl will only be found on the Lamplight Lounge's secret drink menu. It's another twist on the Long Island Iced Tea. Surprisingly, there isn't any spiced rum. Instead, Disney puts in the usual vodka, gin, and light rum with a dollop of Chambord (a raspberry-flavored liqueur). It's sweetened up a bit with sweet and sour and sprite to make this Pirates of the Caribbean themed drink that any pirate would enjoy.

3 Honey Bee Frozen Lemonade

Winnie the Pooh's Honey Bee Frozen lemonade is a fruity drink that the whole family can enjoy. It is at the Hungry Bear Restaurant and comes with whipped cream and a honey stick! This frosty beverage is made up of cheery and berry flavors that will have you buzzing for more.

2 Cotton Candy Lemonade

Holy moly, would you take a look at this masterpiece? The Cotton Candy Lemonade is also at the Lamplight Lounge (at this point, why not just spend a whole day there). The Happiest Place on Earth gives even more meaning to its name by offering this truly decadent drink.  This tart lemon-fresh drink finds its balance with swirls of cotton candy flavors which help to give it that gorgeous blue flow. And of course, the best part is the wad of actual cotton candy that comes at the end of the straw!

1 Purple Galaxy Cocktail

This drink is so discreet that not many people have found it yet! At Disneyland’s Downtown Disney District, you will first need to find the Mediterranian-theme restaurant known as Catal. Here, guests may discover the coveted Purple Galaxy Cocktail. It's a $16 drink that comes with vodka, housemade limeade, and butterfly pea flower tea. What makes it even more alluring is the dry ice that's added in for a smoky effect!NEXT:  Disney World: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Grey Stuff Dessert At Beast’s Castle