When Disneyland’s Galaxy’s Edge Star Wars Land opens this Friday, Oga’s Cantina becomes the park’s primary area serving alcohol (the first location open to the general public, this is). We’ve made it clean on the way to determine if that is an ought-to-to-stop for you by trying a number of the services at the infamous Cantina and included the overall listing below.

Oga's Cantina complete menu at Star Wars land: Alcoholic beverages come to Disneyland's Galaxy's Edge 1

Spiran Caf (spiked espresso): Coffee, orange marmalade, rum, vanilla whipped cream, citrus zest
Bloody Rancor (Bloody Mary): Vodka, Chile liqueur, spicy Bloody Mary Mix, rancor bone
Black Spire Brew (non-alcoholic): Coffee with honey, falernum, ardor fruit, citrus
Morgan Tea (non-alcoholic): Tea, chocolate milk, vanilla, cinnamon
Taurine Tea (non-alcoholic): Tea, peach, huckleberry, mint
Blue Bantha (non-alcoholic): Blue Milk served chilled with Bantha-stimulated vanilla-butter sugar cookie
More drink choices, alcoholic and no longer, are to be had later in the day at Oga’s as your DJ “spins.”

Alcoholic drinks

Fuzzy Tauntaun: Peach vodka, peach schnapps, orange juice with tangerine, pure cane sugar, and “buzz” foam
Jedi Mind Trick: Grapefruit and rose vodka, falernum, blue curaçao, white grape juice, lime juice, and grapefruit bitters
The Outer Rim: Silver tequila, acai liqueur, lime juice, pure cane sugar, black salt, and special fruit purée
T-sixteen Skyhopper: Vodka, melon liqueur, kiwi, and 1/2 and a half of
Dagobah Slug Slinger: Reposado tequila, blue curaçao, citrus juices, ginger, herbs, and bitters
Jet Juice: Bourbon, chile liqueur, acai liqueur, white grape juice, and lemon juice
Bespin Fizz: Rum, yuzu purée, pomegranate juice, white cranberry juice, and cloud swirl
Yub Nub: Pineapple rum, spiced rum, citrus juices, and ardor fruit *Available in a souvenir mug
Beers on tap, with short descriptions thru The OC Register
Gold Squadron Lager: Fruity lager
White Wampa Ale: Wheat beer
Gamorrean Ale
Bad Motivator IPA: IPA with fruit tones
Oga’s Beer Flight served in Rancor Beer Flight Souvenir Board and glasses
Spice Runner Hard Cider
Toniray wine: No clue what type of wine that is, but we’re guessing it is going to be teal in coloration
Imperial Guard: Same caveat here, all we recognize is that it’s “on tap” at the Cantina

Non-alcoholic liquids

Cliff Dweller: Citrus juices, coconut, hibiscus-grenadine, and ginger ale *Available in a memento mug
Hyperdrive (Punch It!): Powerade Berry Blast, white cranberry juice, black cherry puree, Sprite
Jabba Juice: Orange juice with pineapple, kiwi, cantaloupe, and blueberry popping pearls
Bluefire: Lemonade, pomegranate juice, and habanero-lime
Carbon Freeze: Powerade Lemon Lime, wild strawberry, blueberry, inexperienced apple popping pearls
Blue Bantha (same as breakfast): Blue Milk served chilled with Bantha-inspired vanilla-butter sugar cookie
Oga’s Obsession: Lemonade, cotton candy taste, blueberry popping pearls

For more on Star Wars land, please look at everything we realize: the quickly-to-be-open Disneyland and Disney World parks. Energy drinks are huge in the United States and other parts of the world. As our lives get busier, our sleep is the first thing we always seem to sacrifice. Designed to provide both a shot of energy and a source of nutrients, these drinks allow us to make it through the day without passing out before lunchtime. In recent years so many people have adapted their lifestyle around these drinks that stories have started to surface of the possible negative attributes of these drinks. Alleged death from consuming these drinks in clubs and during other activities has raised a red flag to legislatures worried about energy drink health concerns. What about these drinks is cause for alarm, and how many of these claims are accurate?

A Short History

The modern-day energy drink evolved from a drink first marketed in Japan in the 1960s. This drink, Lipovitan-D (still available in Japan), contained a mix of B vitamins and taurine. Taurine, an amino acid, is a metabolic agent that boosts energy and concentration. The drink was created as a medical tonic for people with chronic fatigue. Still, it grew in popularity as the clubbing scene in Tokyo quickly adopted it.

From Japan, the energy drink was taken up by several Asian countries as it made its way toward Europe and the United States. The first commercially sold drink in the US was Red Bull. Taking the basic drink formula used in Japan, the creator of Red Bull added caffeine and sugar to the mix, a staple of energy drinks to this day. The energy drink market exploded once Red Bull hit the scene, and several other companies threw their hat in the ring to vie for the consumer’s dollar.


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