POG Juice is a tropical juice drink created in 1971 by Mary Soon who worked for Haleakala Dairy on Maui, Hawaii.
It consists of a blend of juices from Passion Fruit, Orange, and Guava (hence ‘POG’).
This juice is perfection!
POG Juice, aka Moonshine Juice, is served at breakfast at several resorts at Disney World.
We’ve also had a version of it as Pineapple, Orange, and Guava juice and let me tell you, it’s just as delicious!
At Ohana’s Restaurant at the Polynesian Resort, chilled POG juice is served during breakfast.
At Trail’s End Restaurant at Fort Wilderness their breakfast juice is called Moonshine Juice and it’s served in canning jars.
On the west coast and in Hawaii, you can buy POG juice at the grocery store. Lucky!
POG Juice Recipe:
1 Cup Passion Fruit juice or Pineapple juice
1 Cup Orange juice
1 Cup Guava juice
Mix together and serve chilled or over ice.
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