menus for its Star Wars land bar and restaurants a few months ago, but today, Disney filled in more detail about the ingredients for the specialty drinks it will be serving in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.Disney revealed the
The most famous of these for long-time Star Wars fans surely will be the Blue (and Green) Milk served at the land's Milk Stand. Disney's versions of Luke Skywalker's favorite drinks will be non-dairy — a "plant-based blend of coconut and rice milks." (Are you telling me that scene in The Last Jedi was a lie? Because I cannot possibly begin to unsee how Luke got that green milk, as much as I have tried.)
The Blue and Green Milk in Galaxy's Edge will be served frozen, which probably makes sense given how milk wouldn't exactly be a go-to treat for people sweating their way through a day at Disney.
(Whoops. Wrong franchise!)
Even if Blue Milk is Star Wars' most famous beverage, the Cantina is the franchise's most famous place to drink. And Blue Milk will also be on the menu there in the form of a non-alcoholic Blue Bantha, which Disney says will be "Blue Milk served chilled with bantha-inspired vanilla-butter sugar cookie." It's on the morning menu at Oga's Cantina, but it's not the only milk drink Oga will be serving. There's also a "Moogan Tea," which will be "Gold Peak Unsweetened Tea, chocolate milk, vanilla, and cinnamon."
I have no idea how to wrap my head around that one.
Here's the complete, detailed drink menu for Oga's Cantina, starting with the morning alcohol-fueled "wake ups": (All descriptions courtesy Disney)
And the afternoon and evening bar specialities:
The beers on tap will be:
The cider on tap:
And the wine on tap:
And the morning drinks without alcohol will be:
While the rest of the day will offer:
Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge opens to reservation holders on May 31 at Disneyland, then to all Disneyland ticket holders on June 24. The land opens at Disney's Hollywood Studios in the Walt Disney World Resort on August 29. For discount tickets to Disneyland and Walt Disney World, as well as other theme parks around the country, please visit our How to save money on theme park tickets page.Tweet
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