REVIEW: Princess of Alderaan Shake Is a Salty and Sweet Treat at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

Brit Tuttle

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REVIEW: Princess of Alderaan Shake Is a Salty and Sweet Treat at Disney’s Hollywood Studios

As part of Walt Disney World’s celebration of Women’s History Month this year, a new Princess Leia-themed treat, the Princess of Alderaan Shake, is now available at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.

The exterior of Dockside Diner at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
The menu sign for the Princess of Alderaan Shake.

The treat is available for purchase from Dockside Diner, located on Echo Lake.

Princess of Alderaan Shake – $9.79

Salted caramel shake topped with whipped cream, edible glitter, and mini cinnamon rolls

A reporter's hand holds up the Princess of Alderaan shake in front of the BB-8 and R2-D2 statues in Disney's Hollywood Studios.

Rank out of 7: 5

We’re not sure whose idea it was to put a cinnamon roll and a milkshake together, but we’re glad they did it because this is delicious.

A reporter holds the milkshake up in front of the droid statues, showing off one of the cinnamon roll buns on the side.

The cinnamon rolls that serve as Leia’s hair buns come from the recently opened Ice Cold Hydraulics on Grand Avenue.

A reporter holds up one of the cinnamon roll buns that comes attached to the milkshake.

The milkshake itself is great, though more on the solid and heavy side as far as texture. The thickness is close to ice cream, but it’s still drinkable.

A reporter holds up a cross-section of one of the cinnamon rolls.

Our reporter who reviewed this treat isn’t a fan of salted caramel but finished the entire treat because the saltiness of the caramel balanced out the sweetness of the cinnamon rolls.

This treat is a great combination of the salty and sweet flavor profiles, and we’d recommend getting it to share with the Star Wars fans in your party.

Have you tried the Princess of Alderaan Shake yet? Check out the rest of the food and beverages available at Walt Disney World for Women’s History Month 2024.

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