I’m not a coffee drinker at all – tea is more my hot drink of choice – but I know a lot of them, and I know their hatred of Nescaf&eacut;, which for the longest time was the only coffee available at WDW outside of a few small locations. But Nescafé is ending its long run (thanks to the sponsorship by Nestle) at both Disneyland and WDW, and is being replaced by Joffrey’s Coffee. Joffrey’s was already operating a few kiosks and supplying specialty coffees used at some locations.
Over the next few months, Joffrey’s will be rolled in, using blends specially produced for Disney, and will be served at counter and table service locations as well as the in-room coffee at moderate and deluxe resorts.
The recently announced Starbucks agreement, where they will take over the Main Street Bakery in the Magic Kingdom, is not affected.