Virtual Florida Bar Crawl | Featuring Walt Disney World

I am so excited to share that karma&kismet is teaming up with three fellow Florida bloggers (okay, I’m a New Jersey blogger, but my heart is always in Walt Disney World!) to host a Virtual Florida Bar Crawl this Friday, July 17, 2020, at 8 PM EST! If you took part in my Virtual Monorail Bar Crawl, you’ll be familiar with how these are run. If not, keep reading to see how you can travel across Florida from your couch with a drink in hand!

Virtual Florida Bar Crawl

On Friday evening, log on to Instagram and join our host, Amy’s (@thefloridatravelgirl) LIVE, which can be accessed through her Stories. Amy has put together a great virtual bar crawl with stops in:

St. Augustine

Taylor, of @teanseatravel, will be teach us how to mix us a “Tropical Dark and Stormy.” Taylor is an avid traveler, both in the US and internationally. You can check out her adventures on her blog Tea N’ Sea.

Tea N' Sea

Walt Disney World

From there, we’ll be heading to my neck of the woods and making a stop at Trader Sam’s, located at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort in Walt Disney World. I’ll show you how to make a classic Trader Sam’s drink, a “Tiki Tiki Tiki Rum.” If you’re just landing on my blog, you can learn more about me here!

Disney blogger karma&kismet

Miami

Finally, we’ll make our last stop in Miami, where Jojo of @cheatdayswithjojo will lead us as we make a classic Mojito. Jojo is foodie, traveler and photographer.

cheatdayswithjojo

Throughout the bar crawl we’ll also be sharing trivia about each of the stops and answering any questions you might have about the drinks we’ll whip up!

Florida Bar Crawl at Home

Be sure to download the recipe guide so that you can pick up all the ingredients you’ll need for these three rum drinks! Don’t want to drink, but still want to take part? No problem! Just log onto @thefloridatravelgirl‘s LIVE at 8 PM EST on Friday and I’ll see you there!

If you’re planning a trip to Florida, or are a local who wants to find some good spots to explore, be sure to check out Amy’s blog, The Florida Travel Girl.

Florida travel blogger