For a look at all of Epcot’s quick service reviews, see this post.
Cool Wash situates itself just outside of Test Track’s exit and across from what will eventually be Taste Track. We expected Taste Track to open in late February or early March 2020 to coincide with the closing of Electric Umbrella. It never did open and may not now that Disney doesn’t necessarily need to ramp up dining capacity for some time. The kiosk may also not offer regular hours until crowds increase. If nothing else, standing in front of the car that isn’t really being washed makes for a nice picture.
Currently, Cool Wash offers exactly one item in the ubiquitous Coca-Cola Slush. It’s exactly the same as what you would expect from a Cola-flavored Icee. In fact, it’s not uncommon to see Icee trucks backstage with products to restock the machines. You can pull up the current menu at DisneyWorld.com here.
During the last several Epcot Festivals, including Festival of the Arts, Food and Wine, and Flower and Garden, Cool Wash has offered an expanded array of flavors and mix-ins:
While the price is the same as the standard Slush, the vessel is smaller. This sometimes leads to more candy than iced beverage. Still, it may be a fun and refreshing take on something that’s always available at your local 7-11.
Cool Wash won’t be a major stop for most guests, but it may be a lifesaver in the heat. Check out the menu during Festival season to see if anything interesting is going on. Often, you can also find Slushes with whiskey or gin as well. If Cool Wash isn’t open, similar Slushies are also available at the Refresh Outpost in World Showcase. There, the Outpost mixes them with Amarula liqueur or vodka.