Kona Cafe at the Polynesian has Kona Coffee
Oh you are so not alone with this coffee question. Here is a link to
All Ears. Food and Drink they are the go to folks:
Real Coffee around the World
They have left off that list...at Coronado Springs, you can also get it at Rix Cafe and the in-room coffee isn't NesCafe either.
Kona Coffee in the french press @ Kona Cafe is the best coffee experiences you can have at WDW. Go for the coffee and stay for the Tonga Toast.
You see the hat? I am Mrs. Nesbitt!
I have to vote for the coffee in Morocco. You might not like it but if you like real coffee you owe it to yourself to try it. I believe they also have real coffee in Italy.
Is the new TTC coffee stand real coffee?
Starbucks is available at the Swolphin. I caution, though that I haven't been there in about 2 years and it may have changed.
I always hit the Joffrey's Coffee locations around WDW. Joffrey's roasting facility is in Tampa, less than an hour away, and they deliver fresh roasted coffee beans to their retail locations weekly.
Now, they don't say "Joffrey's" on the sign... so you have to know where to go. Here is a list:
locations labeled "Espresso, Coffee & Pastries" which include...
Near Ellen's Energy Adventure
To the left of the main entrance to World Showcase
Near the American Adventure (Italy side)
Between Canada and UK
Outside the park (before the security check)
Anandapur Tea (near Yak & Yeti)
Ticket & Transportation Center
between the monorail ramps and the ferry launch
"mini donut" kiosks, as well as coffee stands
Many of the more upscale restaurants actually use Joffrey's Coffee instead of nescafe as well.
The Red Helicopter
. . . Always hangin' out around Epcot!
I print the All Ears Coffee list out before I leave for the World.
Also if you are staying at a moderate hotel on up...you can bring your own individual coffee rings and brew your own 4 cups in your hotel room. They supply the coffee maker.
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This is the coffee maker at CSR:
I read that Port Orleans French Quarter gets coffee makers in rooms, being a moderate resort. Is that what will be greeting me this Friday? If so, very cool! Where do you purchase the coffee refills for it? Also, do you get any actually with the machine as you first get into your room?
Yes eripmav you should have a coffee maker in your room. Although we bought the refillable mugs, which we used for drinks and coffee, one of the items I shipped down in a box was coffee and filters.
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It also comes with coffee, sugar, powder cream, stir sticks and foam cups. I wasn't a big fan of the coffee itself, but it is a first cup without getting dressed to truck down to the Counter Service. You can bring your own coffee to use in their coffee makers, which I have done.
If I can just get a fairly decent cup or two in the mornings, I'm fine. I'm used to that "diesel fuel" coffee that they make in my firehouse.
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Ahh happy days, thank you for your replies
I don't mind if it's a bit on the shoddy side, as previously said it's handy for brewing when you simply can't be bothered to get dressed!
The amount of times my wife conned me into getting her a drink at some mad hour last year...actually it'll happen again this year no doubt, she doesn't drink coffee!