Disneyland sells for $185 a shot of Remy Martin served in a mini waffle cup

The most expensive place on earth! Disneyland is selling for $185 a shot of Remy Martin served in a mini waffle cup — about the same price as a ticket to the park

  • The $185 shot is offered at the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
  • Disney fanatics can sample a small portion of alcohol from a $4,000 bottle of Remy Martin Louis XIII Grande Champagne Cognac.
  • A less expensive option is also available with other alcohol options for $17

Disneyland fans who want to venture out for the full holiday experience can drop $185 on a limited-edition holiday shot of cognac served in a mini waffle glass.

An expensive glass of wine is served on a special holiday cart menu at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Resort in Anaheim.

Disney fanatics looking to treat themselves to the park over New Year’s weekend will pay upwards of $1,000 a night — with park tickets going as high as $189.

They can continue to add to their bill with the expensive drink, a shot of Remy Martin Louis XIII Grande Champagne Cognac that costs upwards of $4,000 a bottle.

$185 mini waffle cup is served on a vacation cart at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Resort in Anaheim

Disney fanatics can sample a small portion of alcohol from a $4,000 bottle of Remy Martin Louis XIII

Disney fanatics can sample a small portion of alcohol from a $4,000 bottle of Remy Martin Louis XIII

The hotel also offers waffle meals with less expensive alcohol options for $17.

Those looking to stay within a decent price range can choose from nine different hard liquors including Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, RumChata, and Bailey’s Irish Cream.

A non-alcoholic waffle shot with a choice of milk or low-fat milk is also offered starting at $9.

Other alcoholic options on offer in the holiday cart include hot, spiced cider with a choice of Grand Marnier, Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, or Bailey’s Irish Cream.

Aside from the wine, the goodies on offer include mouse-shaped gingerbread cookies and a variety of different breads.

The menu price for the expensive drink is not listed and instead reads

The menu price for the expensive drink is not listed and instead reads “inquire”. A less expensive option is also available with other alcohol options for $17

Other things are also offered in the holiday cart, including a variety of cookie choices

Other things are also offered in the holiday cart, including a variety of cookie choices

Disney fans have been known to go to extremes to enjoy the holiday season at the park.  As of December, a one-day Bouncy Park pass is offered for $279

Disney fans have been known to go to extremes to enjoy the holiday season at the park. As of December, a one-day Bouncy Park pass is offered for $279

Ticket prices at the theme park unexpectedly rose earlier this month from $166 to $189 for the most expensive tickets at prime time.

The entertainment giant said that over the past 10 years, they’ve invested $31 billion in their parks.

Across the park overall, average wait times increase from 39 minutes to 49 minutes in 2022.

Popular attractions, such as Web Slingers: A Spiderman Adventure and Indiana Jones, have been known to suffer unplanned downtime.

The most common reasons for downtime are maintenance, health issues with visitors, and weather.

New ticket prices mean a family of four will spend more than $750 on tickets, up from $665, not including meals, hotels, travel or souvenirs.

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