NOTICE: Chunks of chocolate charcoal, cookies and milk, and other Christmas items, delicacies at Jock Lindsey’s Holiday Bar in Disney Springs


Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar has been transformed again into Jock Lindsey’s ‘Holiday’ bar, with special decorations and treats.

The bar was overtaken by garlands, Christmas trinkets, trees and gifts.


The holiday menu includes several drinks and foods, all of which will be available until December 30.

Cookies and milk – $ 27

Assorted Christmas cookies and coquito


Coquito means “little coconut” in Spanish and is a traditional Puerto Rican Christmas drink made with coconut milk and rum.


It’s more eggnog than milk. It’s thick and creamy and ours had chunks in it. The taste of alcohol is not very present.


It’s not the way to go if you’re expecting a milk-like consistency, but it’s definitely nice with cookies.


Among the cookies is a chewy oatmeal sandwich with white sugar icing, filled with a thin layer of cookie butter. It’s a great article and a nice surprise, but unfortunately there’s only one on the plate.


The stars are sugar cookies with baked berries and a berry jam filling in the center. The filling is not very present and it is a very light cookie.


The mittens have a rich taste of dark chocolate.


Last year’s plate included mint cookies, but we’re okay with them being left out this year.

Christmas Christmas – $ 16

Traditional cosmopolitan with a shimmering touch, topped with red sugar


It’s pretty straightforward. It tastes like your classic cosmopolitan with a sugar edge. It’s not too alcoholic.


Christmas mule – $ 13

Gin, ginger beer, cranberry juice and simple rosemary syrup, with a garnish of holly leaf sugar


It takes some getting used to. At first it tastes like drinking a freshly cut Christmas tree, but it settles after a few more sips.


It’s not our favorite on the menu, but if you like a mule with a twist, this might be the way to go.

stuffed eggs with holiday lights – $ 12

Colorful stuffed eggs with tobiko and shrimps


This could be our favorite on the holiday menu. It has a nice blend of flavors.


The shrimp on top were well cooked. But if you’re not a fan of cold seafood, this might not be for you.


We were relieved that the coloring of the eggs did not color our mouths.

Venison sliders – $ 14


These are the same cursors as last year. The taste of deer meat is very clear.


That, combined with the cranberry sauce, means it’s not everyone’s favorite.


Piece of charcoal dessert – $ 12

Biscuits and “charcoal” ganache cream


This item is new this year and is sure to be an “Instagrammable” treat. It is served under a bell, which the Cast Member then raises in a spray of smoke.


Under the bell are the “pieces of coal” sitting on a fire.


The charcoal is crushed into Oreo cookies with a chocolate ganache to keep everything together. It is then dipped in chocolate to form a piece.


It’s a very chocolatey dessert, so we recommend dipping it in the vanilla sauce provided for a delicious balance.


Besides being very dramatic and photogenic, this is one of our favorite desserts this year.


Fried Brussels sprouts – $ 8

Fried Brussels sprouts with bacon vinaigrette


It might not be the nicest dish on the menu, but it’s still excellent.


It’s a nice portion and the Brussels sprouts are tasty and crisp. They are delicious with bacon dressing.


If the bacon hadn’t been included this would have been a perfect vegetarian option.

Ham and brie flatbread – $ 9

Sliced ​​ham and brie cheese, pomegranate seeds, Granny Smith apples, apple and watercress vinaigrette


There’s a lot going on with this flatbread, but the crust is perfect and the ham and brie are fantastic.


Other flavors appear and then quickly disappear.


What are you most looking forward to trying at Jock Lindsey’s Holiday Bar? Let us know in the comments.

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