PHOTOS: Ooze Cauldron Sipper from ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ Arrives at Disney California Adventure

“Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” just hit theaters today, and yet tie-in merchandise is already available in Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure. And when you’re preparing to visit the quantum realm, you might be grateful to have your Ooze Cauldron Sipper handy with you! Fortunately, you can pick it up now with your meal at Pym Test Kitchen.

The Ooze Cauldron – $27.79

filled with Quantum Ooze — Cherry

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The Ooze Cauldron is prominently displayed on the Pym Test Kitchen menu. Unlike what was previously announced yesterday, it seems Disney has chosen to not sell the Quantum Ooze separately.

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The Ooze Cauldron is made of gold plastic with a red orb at the center. A straw sticks out from one side.

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The lanyard is clipped onto the two rectangular handles on the sides.

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The drink itself is stored in the red plastic orb at the center. The top of the orb as well as the three handles pop off to allow for easy refilling and cleaning.

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The lanyard features Pym Technologies iconography including a label for the Ooze Cauldron, a diagram showing it shrinking, and an “Experiment No. 230217” referencing the date of “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” hitting theaters.

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The ooze itself is a red jelly-like substance which tastes of cherry. Unfortunately, it’s rather vile. The texture is confusing, as it’s not really jelly and nor liquid. Trying to slurp it up in a straw is a truly awful experience as a result. It tastes like someone blended up about fifty maraschino cherries into a semi-solid ooze, which we suppose fits its name. Nonetheless, it’s simultaneously too sweet and too sour.

Will you be adding the Ooze Cauldron to your sipper collection? Let us know in the comments below!

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