REVIEW: We’d Make a Deal with the Sea Witch for The ‘Sign the Scroll’ Cocktail & Ursula Tiki Mug at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

Toni Ferrigno

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REVIEW: We’d Make a Deal with the Sea Witch for The ‘Sign the Scroll’ Cocktail & Ursula Tiki Mug at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort

With the release of the new blue Ursula Tiki Mugc at Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto at Walt Disney World Resort comes a refreshing pomegranate and rum cocktail, dubbed Sign the Scroll. We gave the Ursula-inspired drink a try, so keep reading for our review.

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The Sign the Scroll comes with the purchase of the blue Ursula Tiki Mug being sold for a limited time at Trader Sam’s Grog Grotto at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort.

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Sign the Scroll is one of two beverages available for purchase with the Ursula mug, and is the only alcoholic option.

The non-alcoholic option, named “Just Your Voice,” is made with pomegranate juice with flavors of red passion fruit and blue curaçao topped with soda water.

Sign the Scroll with Ursula Tiki Mug and Glow Cube – $75

Kraken Black Spiced Rum, Royal Blue Curacao Liqueur, red passion fruit, and pomegranate juice (beverage with alcohol)

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The first thing we noticed about this drink is how well-blended it is. It’s very smooth and refreshing. The most prevalent flavor comes from the pomegranate juice, though we also got a bit of a sour taste from the lemon. You can definitely taste the Kraken Black spiced rum, but because the drink is blended so well, it’s not too strong.

If you’re worried about this one being too sweet, we’re happy to report this didn’t have that typical sugary, blended mixed drink taste. While the red passion fruit was there, it was mild, especially compared to the pomegranate juice.

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We also have to give points for aesthetics. The Sign the Scroll comes topped with an edible flower and a lemon peel. The deep purple color of the beverage is perfectly suited to Ursula’s look and makes it fun to drink.

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Overall, we’d say that unless you’re particularly averse to rum, pomegranate, or lemon flavors, this drink is a tasty option. The biggest downside is that you have to purchase it with the Ursula Tiki Mug, which will run you a steep $75. However, if the sea witch happens to be your favorite Disney Villain, you really should go ahead and sign the scroll and give this drink a try!

Were you able to snag this drink and its coordinating tiki mug today at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort? Let us know in the comments.

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