A whole universe of possibilities in front of them and the most iconic drink that the people had behind Star Wars could create for the galaxy far away that was milk. Blue milk and later trilogy, green milk. Now Disney is making its own version of these blue and green drinks and putting them up for sale in its soon to be opened Star Wars Galaxy's theme park. Milk for everyone!
For those who are unfamiliar with milk and milking in the story of Star Wars here is a brief review. In the very first Star Wars movie, A New Hope there is a scene where Luke Skywalker's aunt serves blue milk from a female Bantha ̵
Then, in Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi Luke pushes dripping green milk from the udder of an alien manatee (born Thala siren) on this lonely Jedi Island and crashes it with disturbing gusto. In this scene, people were blabbed, but probably not so much that they did not come to the Disney parks to spend a lot of money on non-stranger offspring of colored milk.
The Star Wars -themed Park Galaxy's Edge will be inaugurated this summer at Disneyland in California and at Disney World in Florida.)