This Collection From Disney’s Polynesian Resort Will Make Your Closet Super Tropical!
A handful of new things have appeared at Disney's Polynesian Resort over the past week! Duffy and Friends Headband We spotted a plush duffy headband, eaten dole whip of a pineapple (Yum!), And tried a glitter christmas cupcake! Today we saw a brand new collection of merch that will add a Polynesian touch to your […]

A handful of new things have appeared at Disney's Polynesian Resort over the past week!

Duffy and Friends Headband

We spotted a plush duffy headband, eaten dole whip of a pineapple (Yum!), And tried a glitter christmas cupcake! Today we saw a brand new collection of merch that will add a Polynesian touch to your wardrobe and allow you to show your love for this relaxing resort!

If you are looking to relax and get into the island time, this collection offers plenty of casual styles! We noticed these new articles at BouTiki, the shop of Disney's Polynesian Resort.

New Polynesian collection

This collection includes some t-shirts, like this one tropical button. This shirt costs $ 39.99.

Down button

There's also this casual t-shirt, priced at $ 29.99.


And this cute shirt showing Mickey Mouse in his vacation clothes! This one costs $ 24.99.

Mickey Mouse T-shirt

We also saw two styles of Dresses, ideal for lounging in the resort or dressing for dinner! This long sleeve dress costs $ 69.99.

Long sleeve dress

The pattern on these dresses is actually a little tiki man, like the one you can see in the hall! This dress costs $ 49.99.

Tank dress

There are also some new tank tops! This one has a dip-dyed style and features the resort logo. It costs $ 34.99.

Tank top

Check out Minnie in her shimmering flower dress that scratches a ukelele. This shirt just feels like a vacation! It costs $ 24.99.

Tank top

This Polynesian Resort towel is perfect for lounging by the pool, while maybe even eating a whip with a pineapple? The towel costs $ 26.99.

Polynesian towel

Discover this cup covered with tiki torches! It costs $ 22.99.


And if you're looking for a little keepsake to take home to remind you of your trip, this magnet might be a great option for you! It costs $ 12.99.

Polynesian magnet

And that's all the new merchandise we spotted at Disney's Polynesian Resort this week! It certainly makes us want to relax and unwind. Follow with us for more new Disney products!

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One of the foundations of many cocktails is sugar syrup. This can be prepared in advance. Here’s my tip for easy to prepare simple syrup : Add 200 gm white sugar to 200 ml boiling water. Stir till sugar is dissolved, and liquid is clear. Allow to cool then bottle

If you mix lemon juice 50 : 50 with simple syrup, you should have a solid mid-line sweet-sour balance. But remember, every palate is different. to find your own point of balance, mix 15ml fresh lemon juice with 15ml simple syrup, and then dilute the mix with up to 90ml water. Congratulations, you’ve just made fresh lemonade ! If this tastes too sweet or too sour, adjust by adding a little more citrus or syrup. Using this method of calibration, you can adjust any cocktail recipe to suit your own palate.

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Try to use glassware appropriate to your drinks. It’s entirely possible to drink a martini from an old coffee mug, but that misses the point of drinking a martini !

If you can make a Whiskey Sour, you can make a Daiquiri. If you make a mean Negroni, you can riff on a Boulevardier. Once you’ve mastered the Manhattan, have some fun in Brooklyn on your way to Martinez. Cocktails exist in family trees. Once you are comfortable the basics of each category the world is your oyster !

You can pre-mix punches in advance - an old trick from the godfathers of bartending in the 19th century. You can bottle punch and store it in the fridge, ready to use on the day, or later that week. If done properly, quality and consistency are assured. If your punch has a fizzy ingredient, such as champagne, only add this your glass just before serving.

If you follow the Punch Ratio, you can’t go far wrong : 1 part sour ( citrus ) 2 parts sweet ( simple syrup ) 3 parts strong ( spirit ) 4 parts weak ( juices etc ) And don’t shy away from warm spices such as cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg and mace, to make that punch really sing. Don’t have those spices to hand ? No problem, a few dashes of Angostura bitters will do the trick.

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