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Food Disney Is Selling a Tie-Dye-Style 'Hocus Pocus' Mug You'll Be Sipping from All Halloween Long

20:32  29 july  2020
20:32  29 july  2020 Source:   countryliving.com

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Isn't it crazy how summer is basically over?? OK, it's really not, but I am the type of person to throw on a sweater on the first morning of September and declare fall to be here, whether I am left sweating or not. If that's you too, well you can join me in pretending a bit by gazing upon this adorable Hocus Pocus mug you can snag this Halloween season.

ShopDisney is selling a Hocus Pocus mug this Halloween and it even comes with a spoon you can use to mix up potions. © ShopDisney ShopDisney is selling a Hocus Pocus mug this Halloween and it even comes with a spoon you can use to mix up potions.

This mug is definitely getting in on the tie-dye trend and, despite the typical fall motif, comes covered in a splash of bright colors. Of course it also has the Hocus Pocus logo and if you look close it prefaces it with the full quote "It's Just A Bunch Of Hocus Pocus." And while that's all well and good, truly the coolest thing about this mug is that it comes complete with its own stirring spoon, which means you can whip up your own special potions and brews in it...even if it's just a bit of spiked cider.

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The set will run you $19.99 and is part of ShopDisney's MASSIVE Halloween 2020 launch. Seriously, from costumes that will make you into any Disney character you want, to home decor, to plenty of spooky things to put up in your kitchen this fall, you can find it all in this collection, which just dropped yesterday. We dropped a few of our favorites below and you can find the rest of the collection here.

We still have quite a bit to go before the temperatures finally cool down and pumpkin spice everything is encouraged...but if you want to pick up this mug early, crank up the AC, and eat some Witches Brew Kit Kats...I won't tell!

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