‘Frozen’ Sven Sipper Returns to Walt Disney World for 10th Anniversary

Shannen Ace

‘Frozen’ Sven Sipper Returns to Walt Disney World for 10th Anniversary

Shannen Ace

‘Frozen’ Sven Sipper Returns to Walt Disney World for 10th Anniversary

The “Frozen” Sven sipper has returned to Walt Disney World. This sipper cup was first released for the 2019 holiday season, but it’s back for the 10th anniversary of “Frozen,” which is in November 2023.

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This time around, the Sven sipper can be found at Kringla Bakeri Og Kafe in the Norway Pavilion of EPCOT — just a few steps from the Frozen Ever After attraction. A Frozen Tart is also available for $5.99.

Sven Sipper Cup – $17.99

Served with your choice of assorted Coca-Cola offerings, limit two (2) per person per transaction, while supplies last

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The sipper resembles Sven the reindeer sitting in a circle of snow.

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His head lifts off to fill the sipper and the straw sticks out of the top of the sipper.

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He’s depicted wearing his red harness for pulling Kristoff’s sleigh.

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The sipper is available with a beverage while supplies last.

“Frozen” Franchise

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The first “Frozen” film premiered at the El Capitan Theatre on November 19, 2013. It was released in U.S. theaters on November 27 and proved to be a huge success for Disney. “Frozen” stars Kristen Bell as Princess Anna and Idina Menzel as Queen Elsa, Anna’s older sister with secret ice powers. After Elsa accidentally reveals her powers, she runs away. Anna, with help from snowman Olaf (Josh Gad) and ice carver Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), pursues Elsa. The film was written by Jennifer Lee from a story by her, Chris Buck, and Shane Morris. Buck and Lee directed “Frozen” with music by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

The team returned for “Frozen II,” released in 2019. Set three years later, Elsa hears a strange voice calling her into the Enchanted Forest. She, Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf set out on a journey to find the voice and learn more about Anna and Elsa’s late parents.

CEO Bob Iger announced in February 2023 that Disney has “sequels in the works” for “Frozen,” “Toy Story,” and “Zootopia.” He didn’t specifically call the “Frozen” sequel “Frozen III,” but any kind of third “Frozen” film by Walt Disney Animation Studios would be the studio’s first “threequel.”

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The presence of “Frozen” at Disney Parks is about to get a lot bigger. In 2016, Maelstrom in the Norway Pavilion of EPCOT became Frozen Ever After. The pavilion later added a permanent meet-and-greet space for Anna and Elsa. Now versions of Frozen Ever After are planned for multiple other Disney Parks, including Hong Kong Disneyland, where World of Frozen will open in November 2023. Disneyland Paris will open the gates of the Kingdom of Arendelle in late 2025 as part of a major expansion to Walt Disney Studios Park. And a “Frozen” area is part of the Fantasy Springs expansion to Tokyo DisneySea, opening in 2024.

“Frozen” is also represented on Disney Cruise Line with Arendelle – A Frozen Dining Adventure on the Disney Wish featuring dinner and a show with “Frozen” characters.

Love “Frozen”? Check out the recently released “Frozen” Loungefly mini backpack and Elsa ear headband at Walt Disney World.

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