REVIEW: Blue Milk Tenoo Swirl Crunchies Cereal Drink Debuts in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland

Lisa Stump

REVIEW: Blue Milk Tenoo Swirl Crunchies Cereal Drink Debuts in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland

We tried the new Tenoo Swirl Crunchies Cereal blue milk drink from the Milk Stand in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland. This week, the parks are beginning their monthlong “Star Wars” celebration in honor of May the 4th.

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Tenoo Swirl Crunchies Cereal Drink – $9.29

Topped with Strawberry and Grape Candy Pebbles

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A Porg and Grogu (in sipper form) wanted to try the new swirl. The drink is named after the planet Tenoo, home to the Jedi temple featured on the new “Young Jedi Adventures” series. A collection of six introductory shorts are available now on Disney+, with the full series to debut on May the 4th. In a future episode, the Padawans will visit Batuu for its first on-screen appearance.

A new blue milk drink called Tenoo Swirl Crunchies Cereal is available in Galaxy's Edge.

This drink is just the standard blue milk that has always been available at Galaxy’s Edge. This version comes with raspberry sauce and Nerds on top.

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We didn’t get much additional flavor added from the raspberry sauce, but the Nerds add some texture. If you like Nerds, these are great — until you use the straw, and they get stuck in there. 

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It’s a decent option if you enjoy the blue milk and berry fruity candy, but for nearly $10, we think it’s a bit steep for a non-alcoholic drink. We prefer the Mon Cala Swirl.

You can also get the seasonal Polystarch Puffbread, just like Rey eats in “The Force Awakens” (though without the cool effect), at the Milk Stand.

“Star Wars” Month

This month, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disneyland Park are celebrating the “Star Wars” franchise for the entire month of May. The festivities kick off this week at Disneyland Park with the Disneyland After Dark: Star Wars Nite events. Tickets for these are sold out; this is a popular event with guests, and availability sells out quickly.

During this event, guests can expect to have access to limited-edition merchandise, special photo opportunities, and unique meet and greet character availability. Most attractions in Disneyland Park are available to guests during the Disneyland After Dark events.

During the monthlong “Star Wars” celebration, the parks are featuring new food, drinks, merchandise and character meet and greets. A special line of merchandise is being released especially for the May the 4th “Star Wars” holiday. Take a look at our overview here.

May the 4th is celebrated annually as “Star Wars Day” due to how much it sounds like “May the Force be with you.” Originating as just a fan holiday decades ago in the United Kingdom, it has spread to Disney and Lucasfilm, and “Star Wars” releases now happen on May the 4th, in addition to the merchandise collections, in celebration of May the Fourth.

Take a look at some of our recent “Star Wars” coverage using the links below:

Will you be having a cup of this “cereal”? Are you a blue milk fan, or do you prefer something else? We’d like to read your opinions in the comments below.

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