Signs of the holiday season have started to appear at Walt Disney World in the past week and with it came new Starbucks tumblers! The Starbucks Park Icon ceramic tumblers are unique and available only in each of the Disney Parks they represent. The updated version for Disney’s Hollywood Studios has a new graphic design and orange lid. This new Starbucks tumbler is a great tribute to the history of the Hollywood Studios theme park.
The new Starbucks tumbler design has many great details for fans of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Taking a closer look at the graphic design reveals all the tributes to attractions and characters found at the park.
Star Wars fans will be happy to see a TIE Fighter chasing an X-Wing, which is fitting since a life-size X-Wing replica exists in Galaxy’s Edge. Toy Story Land is represented with Buzz Lightyear and the Slinky Dog Dash attraction. Next is Sorcerer Mickey dueling with Maleficent in her dragon form as seen in the “Fantasmic!” nighttime show, and the giant Sorcerer hat is a reminder of the former iconic landmark.
Even thrill ride attractions such as Tower of Terror and Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster add flair to the Starbucks tumbler. It’s worth pointing out the silhouette of Donald Duck riding the Aerosmith ride because details like this can bring a smile to coffee drinkers! What most surprised me was the decision to put Waldo C. Graphic on the tumbler because he’s a character who rarely appears on merchandise. He’s the computer-generated character from Muppet*Vision 3D and it’s nice to see this nod to the Muppets franchise.
This particular new tumbler is currently available at the Celebrity 5 & 10 store and Trolley Car Cafe at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It costs $24.99 and WDW Annual Passholders can purchase it with their passholder discount applied. It makes a great holiday gift for coffee lovers and Disney Parks fans alike!
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