Blue and Green Milk in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge

Now in Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge in both Disneyland and Disney World you have the chance to taste Blue Milk and Green Milk for yourself!

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

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, thereafter drinking it.

When shooting the film, it’s said that the green milk was actually coconut milk which was then edited with a computer after the act to look green in color.

Don’t worry. I know the last thing you want to drink while walking around Disney World is a glass of milk. Think of these, not even as a milkshake, but more like fruit smoothies. Here’s why:

First, it’s important to know that there is no milk in either blue milk or green milk.

Both the blue and green milk are also vegan, so there are no animal products used at all in making them. So what the heck do they put in it then?

Green and blue milk are made from a base of rice milk powder and coconut oil, with no dairy involved.  They also have sugar, natural flavors, and other thickeners and stabilizers.

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