This NEW Disneyland Tumbler Makes Every Coffee Break Magical

Make your own kitchen the happiest place on earth with the new Starbucks Disneyland tumbler.

If you’re a Starbucks regular, you’re probably acquainted with the brand’s colorful mugs, tumblers and other fun items on display. This year, we’ve been treated to an iridescent tumbler, a cute tumbler for teachers and even a royal glass tumbler with a crown. We’re already looking forward to the 2020 Starbucks holiday collection, and it hasn’t even been released yet!

One of the latest additions to the Starbucks lineup is a Disneyland tumbler, and it’s just too cute to pass up.

What Does the Disneyland Tumbler Look Like?

This tumbler has been created for the Disneyland Park exclusively, so you won’t find it at your local Starbucks. It’s also ceramic, so it’s perfect for keeping hot beverages warm, especially on the go. The tumbler holds 12 ounces, which is equivalent to a tall-sized drink at Starbucks.

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The pink-and-teal color scheme and whimsical illustration style is almost retro while still maintaining a contemporary vibe. And even better, the artwork depicts some of the most popular attractions at Disneyland. Look close, and you’ll recognize The Matterhorn, Pirates of the Caribbean, Toad’s Wild Ride, and even more.

Where Can I Get One?

While Starbucks stores might not sell this tumbler, the good news is you don’t have to actually go to Disneyland to buy one. They are available for purchase online at Shop Disney for $25, which is the going rate for ceramic Starbucks tumblers. And if you particularly like the style of this tumbler, there are others in different colors that feature designs based on Disney California Adventure, Epcot Spaceship Earth, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Tree of Life and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

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Krista Garcia
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