Are you ready to see what’s new at Disney’s Hollywood Studios this week?
We headed into the land of old and new movies to see if anything new pops up. We tried a holiday beverage, spotted Baby Yoda, and more! Come see what we found!
Hollywood Studios Food Update
It was a little chilly this week in Florida! We warmed up with some hot Spiced Surabat Cider from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. The holiday drink is mixed with hot apple cider with notes of hickory smoke and winter spices served up with Maker’s Mark Bourbon. There were bits of apple floating on top for extra flavor.
The seasonal drink is $13 and is a great choice for bourbon and cider fans!
Hot cocoa is available around the parks too! You can find cocoa at the stands with a sign that looks like the placard in the picture below. The hot dog and frozen treat stand near Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster recently reopened and we found cocoa here too!
Disney will sell warm candied pecans and almonds in the theme parks. The nut cart in Hollywood Studios has recently moved locations and is now serving the tasty snacks near Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular. We thought you should know just in case you’re on the hunt for a sweet, light snack!
Hollywood Studios Merchandise Update
Look who arrived! We’ve seen the Baby Yoda Animatronic before. Now, Baby Yoda found his rightful home in the Star Wars gift shop located at the end of Star Tours. He moves, makes noise, and is pretty darn cute!
You can adopt Baby Yoda for $79.99.
The Santa hat is covered in Stormtroopers, presents, and Boba Fett! The original price is $29.99 without the discount.
Mouse About Town
Three new pairs of Minnie Mouse Ears appeared at Disney World. You can now find all three pairs at Hollywood Studios! There are the new Cornflower Blue Minnie Mouse Ears…
…and the sparkling Champagne Ears! The ears cost $29.99 each.
That does it for today! We’ll back to Hollywood Studios for more food and fun really soon!
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