Alcoholic Blue and Green Milk To Be Offered at Milk Stand at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Whether you love or hate blue or green milk (or love to hate it), Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is offering Travelers to Batuu an all-new way to enjoy the divisive dairy-free beverage. It will offer an alcoholic version of the two frozen drinks in the form of “coolers”.

Currently, the online menus list the usual Blue and Green Milk, priced at $7.99 each serving, plus the Bubo Wamba Family Farms Light-Up Souvenir Sipper for $24.99.

However, at the bottom of the menu, you see the option for the new Alcoholic Specialty Beverages: the Blue Milk Cooler and the Green Milk Cooler, both priced at $14.00. The Blue Milk sees the addition of Bacardi Rum, whereas the Green Milk sees the addition of Corazon Blanco Tequila.

These added options come as part of lax alcohol regulations within Walt Disney World, offering Travelers to Batuu a whole new realm of libations. Will you be giving these a try?

You can check out our full review of the boring non-alcoholic milks by clicking here, and don’t forget to view our reaction video as Nick and Tom of WDW News Tonight tasted the milks for the first time:

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Mr Incredible
Mr Incredible
1 year ago

Why? There is no reason to do this.

Tikilagoonsam
Tikilagoonsam
1 year ago

They can be alcoholic but not dairy lol. Maybe you can get so hammered you wont realise how it tastes bad.

Chris Trawick
Chris Trawick
1 year ago

Of course it will. People certainly couldn’t expect to go through a day without alcohol.

Luis
Luis
1 year ago

Walt would have fired people over alcohol in HIS park. It’s a shame that the Disney management no longer sees fit to honor the man who gave them all this incredible opportunity, and also his genius.

Moon
Moon
1 year ago
Reply to  Luis

I mean, he also thought you should be able to buy cigarettes in the parks. Walt Disney was an amazing man, but he was not 100 percent right about everything and so much has changed since he passed. After a certain point you have to start doing things differently.