PHOTOS: New Milk Orb Sipper Now Available in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in Disneyland

If you need to add a bit of an extra outer-space touch to your milk experience while you’re on Batuu, look no further than the new Milk Orb Sipper we found at the Milk Stand in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland!

Milk Orb Sipper – $22.49

with choice of Blue Milk or Green Milk. Limit ten (10) per person, per transaction. No discounts apply.

The sipper comes with a look very fitting of Star Wars and Batuu. It comprises of two orbs held together but a rusted “metal” fitting. Of course, it’s all actually plastic. It sits within a containment unit made up of four pillars and bound by two rings on the top and middle.

These sippers are designed to look like the containers hanging from the ceiling at the Milk Stand itself.

Your sipper comes with a cup of milk, which you then add separately. Both Blue Milk and Green Milk are available choices.

It also has a strap that at least looks like faux leather. Symbols of banthas and thala-sirens, sources of blue and green milk in-universe respectively, dot the strap along with the Aurebesh text for “Bubo Wamba Family Farms,” The aforementioned Bubo Wamba is the one who first began selling the milk to travelers at Black Spire Outpost.

The strap attaches to the top of the sipper, and the top portion also unscrews. A plastic hatch also ensures your liquids don’t fall out, and a straw is included.

To keep it stable, there are foam pads on the legs.

For those wondering, the two chambers are connected and do disassemble for easy cleaning.

Once you add your choice of blue or green milk, things look a bit like this. The center does light up so it looks like something is processing inside.

For now we only found this at the Milk Stand at Disneyland, but it could likely be on its way to Disney’s Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World as well. Let us know if you’ll add this sipper to your collection in the comments below!

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