Have you ever watched “A New Hope” when Luke is staying with aunt Beru and uncle Owen Lars and thought to yourself: “I would love some of that yummy blue milk he’s drinking?” Well now in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge you have the chance at a new snack stand called the Milk Stand in both Disneyland and Disney World featuring Blue and Green Milk! – (UPDATED 8/1/19)
Milk Stand Overview:
- Location: Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge (Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios)
- Type: Snack Stand
- Price: $
- Cuisine Type: Non-Alcoholic Drinks
- Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
- Dress Code: Theme Park Attire
- Mobile Order: Yes
Guests visiting the Milk Stand have a chance to taste both the blue milk from the older Star Wars films and the green milk from The Last Jedi. As unappealing Luke made the later one seem, I promise you that drinking them in Galaxy’s Edge is going to be a much more pleasant experience.
We have all the latest info on the Milk Stand in Disneyland and Hollywood Studios including menu info, prices, drink options and more. We’re currently working on a full review for you too!
The Milk Stand is only one of the three snack stands coming to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge. The other two are Ronto Roasters (sandwiches) and Kat Saka’s Kettle (Popcorn). There is also a bar/lounge (Oga’s Cantina) and a quick service restaurant (Docking Bay 7). You can read more about them all here in our guide to Galaxy’s Edge food.f
Latest Milk Stand News:
(8/1/19) – Disney has just announced that alcoholic Blue and Green Milk are coming to the Milk Stand in Hollywood Studios’ version of Galaxy’s Edge. The Blue Milk will feature rum, while the Green Milk tequila.
Scroll down to see it selected in the menu…
If you are going to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, then you absolutely must stop at the Milk Stand for frosty confection. It’s in a great spot right near the new TIE Echelon and has a great view of the stage show that the stormtroopers and Kylo Ren put on.
The vendors at this quirky stall offer travelers an invigorating, refreshing drink that’s a favorite among the locals.
Dining Plan (WDW):
- Not Yet Known (We don’t know if the Milk Stand will be on the Disney Dining Plan but it’s possible the milks could count as snacks)
- Tables in Wonderland – No
- WDW Annual Passholder – No
- Disneyland Annual Passholder – No
- Disney Vacation Club – No
- Disney Rewards VISA – No
The Milk Stand is located in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in both Disneyland Park and Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Walt Disney World.
It’s located in Black Spire Outpost which is the heart of Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge. It’s a perfect location for the Milk Stand as it’s in the middle of the busy marketplace. No matter which entrance you come in from, just head to Black Spire Outpost and you’ll find it near the other snack kiosks.
Hours of Operation:
This restaurant is open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
- Breakfast: 6am – 11:30am??
- Lunch: 11:30am – 2:55pm??
- Dinner: 3:00pm – 9:00pm??
Milk Stand Must-Try Items:
There’s really only once thing to get here…the Milk of course! It is a dairy-free frozen blend of coconut and rice milks.
The question is which one is better, the green or the blue? The Blue version is a mix of Dragon Fruit, Pineapple, Lime and Watermelon, while the Green Milk is Mandarin Orange, Passion Fruit, Grapefruit, and Orange Blossom flavors.
For now they are both non-alcoholic, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see Disney spicing these drinks up in the future perhaps.
Scroll Down for the Menu, News and our Full Review of the Milk Stand…
How much does Blue Milk and Green Milk Cost?:
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is now open and guests have had their chance to try the Blue and Green Milk with varying results.
Some news came out before Galaxy’s Edge opened up about the price of Blue and Green milk and people lost their minds. Turns out both the Blue and Green milk cost $7.99. At first glance that seems expensive, and it certainly is for a non-alcoholic drink, but it to be expected in such a high demand place like Galaxy’s Edge.
I”ll save my thoughts on whether or not it’s actually worth the money in my review below…
We also have more detailed info about the attractions, shopping and food throughout the land. So make sure to read our Review of Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge for more.
Milk Stand Menu – All-times of Day
*(Last Updated 8/1/19) – If you have any Menu updates or corrections please let us know! This is the menu for Disneyland and Disney World.
Plant-based blend of Coconut and Rice milks. Dragon Fruit, Pineapple, Lime, and Watermelon flavors.
Plant-based blend of Coconut and Rice milks. Mandarin Orange, Passion Fruit, Grapefruit, and Orange Blossom flavors.
Bubo Wamba Family Farms Light-Up Souvenir Sipper
with choice of Blue Milk or Green Milk. Limit one (1) per Guest per transaction.
Blue Milk Cooler (Available in Hollywood Studios Only)
Plant-based Dairy blend of Coconut and Rice Milk with alluring fruity characteristics featuring Bacardi Rum
Green Milk Cooler (Available in Hollywood Studios Only)
Plant-based Dairy blend of Coconut and Rice Milk with zippy Citrus and tropical characteristics featuring Corazon Blanco Tequila
Milk Stand Review:
Right now we’re working on a full review on the different drinks here once…
Read our Complete Guide to Galaxy’s Edge for all the tips and tricks you need to make your visit to Batuu a great one!
I want to know what you think about the Milk Stand coming to Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge…
- Which milk sounds the best to you, Blue or Green?
- Is $7.99 too much to pay?
Let us know in the comments section below!
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