Take a festive cup of hot cocoa, or any beverage you please, with you on the go with this new Holiday Stainless Steel Tumbler now available at Disneyland Resort. The to-go mug debuted at several locations across the resort on November 10 as it commenced its holiday celebrations.
The stainless steel tumbler is available for purchase at Disneyland Park at Bengal Barbecue, Galactic Grill, The Golden Horseshoe, Harbour Galley, Hungry Bear Restaurant, Jolly Holiday Bakery Café, Plaza Inn, Rancho del Zocalo Restaurante, Red Rose Taverne, Refreshment Corner, and Stage Door Café. You can also find it at Award Wieners, Boardwalk Pizza and Pasta, Cappuccino Cart, Paradise Garden Grill, Smokejumpers Grill at Disney California Adventure. It’s even available at Coffee House at Disneyland Hotel and GCH Craftsman Grill at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa.
Holiday Stainless Steel Tumbler – $27.99
Includes choice of fountain beverage at time of purchase. Limit of two per person, per transaction.
The mug’s backdrop is a light green hue that features a seamless diamond-like dark green pattern. White snowflakes appear intermittently across the cup.
The tumbler’s artwork centers around a red banner that reads “Holiday Cheer” in a white font. It features characters from several Disney films and franchises, with Mickey & Friends being the most referenced property.
Mickey Mouse appears on the tumbler in a more formal outfit than usual, complementing a teal tie and pink vest with a traditional Santa hat and coat. He emerges from the center of a yellow Mickey-shaped ornament that hangs from the “Holiday Cheer” banner. Tinker Bell flies over his head, while a “Dumbo”-inspired ornament appears beneath him.
Pluto appears to the right of the Mickey icon beneath a Cheshire Cat ornament.
Goofy appears to the right of Pluto wearing a red sweater, chef’s hat, and apron. He’s baked a batch of tree-and-Santa-shaped cookies, but Chip & Dale have snuck their way into them. A Bambi ornament hangs from the white-and-teal decoration from which Goofy emerges. The Disney Parks logo is printed beneath the Bambi decoration.
Donald is featured on a red ornament to the left of Mickey. He’s bundled up to beat the winter cold, wearing a green sweater and maroon beanie. He’s holding a wrapped gift that matches his outfit in colorway.
Pinocchio appears alongside Jiminy Cricket beneath the Donald artwork. Pinocchio holds his conscience in one hand and a wrapped present in the other. A Stitch ornament adorned with a red hibiscus flower hangs next to the Pinocchio icon.
The tumbler’s lid is clear plastic with a slide-and-sip design. The plastic piece that protects the lid’s opening is black and has a Mickey head etched into it.
A green lanyard is attached to a removable red ring that sits around the top of the mug.
The lanyard is green and features general holiday decorations alongside ornaments inspired by Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Chip & Dale, Bambi, the Cheshire Cat, and Dumbo. The Disney Parks logo is printed between the icons.
There are several ways to celebrate the holidays at Disneyland Resort. In Disneyland Park, “A Christmas Fantasy Parade” is performed twice a day. At night is the “Believe… In Holiday Magic” nighttime spectacular. The “it’s a small world” Holiday overlay has returned. Haunted Mansion Holiday remains open.
At Disney California Adventure is the Festival of Holidays featuring the Mickey’s Happy Holidays cavalcade and the festive foods marketplace. Disney ¡Viva Navidad! celebrates Three Kings’ Day and other Latino traditions with a street party.
Special holiday food and beverage items and merchandise collections are available throughout Disneyland Resort. The holiday season officially runs through January 7, 2024.