Blue and Green Milk in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge – Taste + Review

In this story, we are going to share everything there is to know about Blue and Green Milk in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge. What does it taste like? What ingredients are in Blue and Green Milk?

We’re also going to give you a review of the Milk Stand in Galaxy’s Edge including the menu, prices, and all 4 types of Blue and Green Milks: the regular versions and alcoholic green and blue milk.

History of Blue Milk

The original Blue Milk you see Luke drinking in “A New Hope,” is actually called Bantha Milk, because it was produced by the giant beasts in the outer rim territories.

What about Green Milk?

Green milk is much newer, and made its debut in “The Last Jedi.” Luke Skywalker is seen taking the milk directly from one of the female Thala-Sirens that produce it.

The Flavors

Both flavors of milk are actually very similar and are basically like drinking fruit smoothies. The Blue milk has Pineapple, Lime, Dragon Fruit, and Watermelon.

The Green milk, on the other hand, has Passion Fruit, Grapefruit, Mandarin Orange, and Orange Blossom flavors.

The Flavors

The green milk gets its color, believe it or not from beta carotene. Meanwhile, the blue milk is blue from spirulina.

How do they Get the Blue and Green Colors?

Those are non-alcoholic and served in both the Disneyland and Hollywood Studios versions of Galaxy’s Edge and they cost $8.49 each.

How much is Blue Milk and Green Milk at Galaxy’s Edge?

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