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That Blue Milk At Star Wars Galaxys Edge Will Cost You More Than A Butterbeer

Oga's Cantina
Orange County Register
Brady Macdonald
May 23, 2019
June 6, 2019
As if the steadily rising price of Butterbeer wasn’t enough to contend with, theme park fans will have to dig even deeper into their pockets to pay for the Blue Milk every Star Wars fan has been dying to try for the past four decades.

Blue Milk will set you back a cool $7.99 for the best-known drink in the “Star Wars” universe when the highly anticipated Galaxy’s Edge themed land debuts at Disneyland.

Universal Studios raised the price of Butterbeer from $5.99 to $6.99 in January in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter lands at its Florida theme parks. Regular, frozen and hot Butterbeer costs $7.49 at the West Coast wizards wing in Universal Studios Hollywood.

That’s right. In its continuing effort to outdo Wizarding World every way possible with Galaxy’s Edge, Disney has set the price of Blue Milk higher than the competition. Take that, Boy Wizard.

Disney officials have been coy about how much the signature Star Wars drinks will cost, but Disneyland cast members and their guests visiting the new land during employee previews have posted receipts on social media revealing the price for the must-have beverage.

Blue Milk and Green Milk will be sold at the Milk Stand in a First Order-controlled sector of the Black Spire Outpost village on the Star Wars planet of Batuu, the setting for the new 14-acre themed lands coming to Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

The Milk Stand will serve both the Blue Milk first seen in the original 1977 “Star Wars” movie and the Green Milk introduced in “The Last Jedi.” Luke Skywalker drank Blue Milk during a meal at his family’s moisture farm on Tatooine. Luke milked a sea creature known as a Thala-Siren to get Green Milk while on Ahch-To.

The Blue Milk and Green Milk sold at the Milk Stand will be a frozen-style beverage similar to a milkshake or smoothie. Both drinks will be non-dairy blends of coconut and rice milks.

Blue Milk will have dragon fruit, pineapple, lime and watermelon flavors. Green Milk will have Mandarin orange, passion fruit, grapefruit and orange blossom flavors.

Butterbeer sales have topped 20 million, making the Wizarding World signature drink a runaway hit. Universal sells regular, frozen and hot Butterbeer for $6.99 at the Leaky Cauldron and Three Broomsticks restaurants.

When Wizarding World opened in 2010, a regular Butterbeer cost $2.99 and a frozen version of the beverage cost $3.99, according to the Orlando Weekly.

The Milk Stand won’t be the only place you can try Blue Milk in Galaxy’s Edge. Oga’s Cantina will serve a non-alcoholic cocktail based on the Blue Milk recipe. Rather than a smoothie or milkshake, the Blue Bantha will be a non-dairy plant-based chilled milk. A Rice Krispie treat cookie with a fondant Bantha horn icing is served on top of the glass. There’s no word yet on the cost of the Blue Bantha.

Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge debuts on May 31 at Disneyland and Aug. 29 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
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