Similar to Blue Milk, Green Milk is a nutritious drink found in the Outer Rim. This uniquely-flavored refreshment is produced by female thala-sirens. The drink was first seen during Star Wars: The Last Jedi where Luke Skywalker gets a fresh cup of Green Milk during his self-imposed exile on Ahch-To. The Green Milk has a citrus and tropical flavor that is refreshing during hot summer days.


During the war between the First Order and the Resistance, Green Milk was imported to Bubo Wamba Family Farms – located on the planet Batuu. It was then sold to the Milk Stand in Black Spire Outpost to sell to residents and visitors.

Wamba Family Farms is a farming business located on Batuu, where it holds the monopoly on Blue Milk. Some residents of Batuu raise banthas for the farm, which is also sold to the Milk Stand alongside their imported Green Milk.


It’s been awhile since a thala-siren has been seen on Earth, but the milk can easily be replicated at home with just a few simple ingredients. To make Green Milk, you will need an orange (or orange juice), passion fruit juice, coconut milk, rice milk, light corn syrup, and food color.

Start off by placing all of the ingredients minus the color in a blender and mix well. Then, add a few drops of green and yellow food color and blend. You may need additional green or yellow food color until the light green color is achieved. Lastly, add ice and blend.

*To make the Green Milk Cooler found at the Milk Stand, add a few ounces of Corazon Blanco Tequila before blending with ice.

Galaxy's Edge Copycat Recipe – Green Milk

Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

Servings 5
Author Kingdom Cuisine


  • ½ orange, juiced approx. ⅓-½ c.
  • 2 c passion fruit juice
  • ¾ c coconut milk
  • ½ c rice milk
  • 4 tbsp light corn syrup
  • 2 c ice
  • Green and yellow food color


  1.  Using a blender, blend the orange juice, passion fruit juice, coconut milk, rice milk and light corn syrup until smooth.

  2. Add one drop of green food color. Slowly add the yellow food color until the desired color is achieved.

  3. Add the ice and blend until smooth.

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