This article is your complete guide to blue vs green milk at Disney parks! In a galaxy (not so) far, far away, guests who visit Disney parks have the chance to try a galactic drink out of this world. Both blue milk or green milk specialty drinks are offered at Disneyland and Disney World parks (Hollywood Studios) and have been rather popular since their debut. For all of those original fans, you might already know that green and blue milk already exists in the Star Wars universe before Disney!
We are going to talk about everything there is to know about the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge milk like the origin, where you can find it, ingredients and more!
Star Wars – Green vs Blue Milk History
While Disney Imagineering is always impressive with the crazy and innovative stories they create, but blue and green milk comes directly from the Star Wars films! If you’re an original movie buff, you might remember the scenes directly where these drinks were inspired from. Blue and green milk is a Star Wars staple and we’re so excited that you can finally grab one of these cheap snacks while in the Disney parks.
While blue and green milk do have their origin story inside of the Star Wars films, these frozen, fruity replicas and really aren’t traditional “milk” at all. In fact, blue and green milk in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge are non-dairy and plant based!
Where is blue milk in Star Wars films?
- 1977 “Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope”
So, where can you find blue milk from Star Wars movies? In the film, “A New Hope” you can see blue milk, or Bantha milk in the Star Wars Universe, being poured into a canister by Luke’s Aunt Beru. Luke loves the Star Wars blue milk so much, he goes in for a full pitcher of Bantha Milk and helps himself! Bantha’s are the creatures that produce this Star Wars blue drink.
Where is green milk in Star Wars films?
- 2017 “Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi”
Disney’s Star Wars green milk was inspired from the film that came almost 40 years later, with the infamous scene of Luke drinking it fresh. In “The Last Jedi” you can see Luke getting a fresh sample from the female creature “thala-sirens” on planet Anch-To. Since Disney already had the rights to Star Wars, when imagining Galaxy’s Edge, green milk is worked into the storyline of the planet Batuu. Galaxy’s Edge green milk is imported directly to the Bubo Wamba Family Farms and is sold at the Milk Stand in Black Spire Outpost. Black Spire Outpost is the city you’re walking through Star Wars land.
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What is the Blue Milk at Disney?
While there is blue milk in the Star Wars films, the Galaxy’s Edge blue milk is much different than what you’d expect it to be. Our beloved blue drink in Star Wars Land is a creamy frozen, fruity delight that is BRIGHT blue in color and is served in smaller 8 oz plastic cups.
What does blue milk taste like?
So now, the important question of, what does blue milk taste like? And the Galaxy’s Edge blue milk flavor is a mix of dragon fruit, pineapple, lime and watermelon. While that seems like a lot of fruit flavor, it is diluted with the rice and coconut milks that it’s made with. Overall, blue milk at Disney tastes like a creamy coconut-y fruit punch flavor that is refreshing and perfect for a hot day. The Star Wars blue milk in Disneyland is the same exact flavor as the blue milk in Disney World, so you aren’t missing out on either coast.
What are the Blue Milk ingredients?
- Coconut oil
- Dry coconut milk
- Rice milk powder
- Spirulina extract (that blue coloring!)
- Natural flavorings (dragon fruit puree, pineapple concentrate, etc.)
There is also a longer list full of all of the thickeners and stabilizers that give Disney’s blue milk that creamy, frozen texture.
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What is the Green Milk at Disney?
Galaxy’s Edge green milk is much tastier than what we would imagine coming from a creature in the Star Wars universe. Just like the blue milk in Galaxy’s edge, the green milk in Disney is served frozen and is a brighter, tangier fruit flavor.
What does green milk taste like?
So the second most important question when answering green milk vs blue milk is, what does green milk taste like? And Disney’s Star Wars green milk is much different than the blue milk, and can have some controversy as to which is better. The biggest difference we can tell with green milk vs blue milk is how much more citrusy and floral green milk is. The Disney green milk flavors come from orange blossom, passion fruit, grapefruit and mandarin orange. While green milk has a very strong orange flavor, it has the same creamy, thick frozen texture as blue milk.
What are Disney green milk ingredients?
- Coconut oil
- Dry coconut milk
- Rice milk powder
- Spirulina extract, turmeric, beta carotene (that green coloring!)
- Natural flavorings (orange blossom, passion fruit, mandarin orange, etc.)
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Where Can I Find Blue and Green Milk in Disney?
So, where can you find the delicious blue or green milk in Star Wars Land? Luckily for us, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is nearly identical in Disneyland and Disney World. Galaxy’s Edge is set on the planet Batuu within the city of Black Spire Outpost. Guests can find blue and green milk at the Milk Stand near Kylo Ren’s Tie Fighter Echelon ship and the First Order Cargo shop.
Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Milk Stand Menu
Disneyland Milk Stand Menu
- Toydaria Swirl – Green Milk swirled with savory fruit sauce, mango jellies, and topped with chili lime seasoning – $8.79
- Blue Milk – $7.99
- Green Milk – $7.99
The Disneyland Galaxy’s Edge Blue Milk and Green Milk is almost a dollar cheaper than Walt Disney World, but it is the same product.
Disney World Milk Stand Menu
- Bubo Wamba Family Farms Light-Up Sipper (blue or green milk) – $17.49
- Blue Milk – $8.49
- Green Milk – $8.49
- Blue Milk Cooler – Blue Milk with Bacardi Rum – $15.00
- Green Milk Cooler – Green Milk with Corazon Blanco Tequila – $15.00
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Blue Milk vs Green Milk – Which is Better?
So here is the most important question, which is better: green vs blue milk? While this question can be rather subjective to what your personal taste is, we can all confidently say we prefer the blue milk over the green. The blue Star Wars drink is just overall more tasty, and there aren’t many people who don’t like fruit punch!
When it comes to blue vs green milk, the pricing is exactly the same and they even have the same creamy, thick, frozen texture. So, it’s all about the taste. If you are a bigger fan of more citrus-y and floral notes, then you will prefer the Green Milk. We like to think that Blue Milk tastes like Froot Loops and kind of looks like it too, which makes drinking Star Wars blue milk so much more fun!
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Blue and Green Milk FAQ
How much is blue milk in Disneyland? Green Milk?
Both blue and green milk in Disneyland costs $7.99 and comes in a small plastic cup. You can find green and blue milk at the Milk Stand in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
How much does blue and green milk cost at Disney World?
Green and blue milk pricing in Disney World is a bit higher, at $8.49 per cup. You can also purchase Star Wars green and blue milk from the Milk Stand inside of Black Spire Outpost.