If you’re a fan of Star Wars and enjoy sipping on a delicious cocktail, then you’re in for a treat! Star Wars cocktails are a fun and creative way to infuse your love for the iconic franchise into your drinking experience. These themed cocktails are inspired by the characters, planets, and iconic moments from the Star Wars universe, and they bring a playful twist to your typical drink menu.
Whether you’re hosting a Star Wars movie marathon with friends, throwing a themed party, or just looking to add some excitement to your next happy hour, these cocktails are sure to delight fans of all ages. From the dark side to the light side, there’s a Star Wars cocktail for every fan to enjoy, so get ready to mix up some out-of-this-world drinks that are truly a force to be reckoned with!
Yoda syntax aside, this bright green-hued cocktail is a tasty homage to everyone’s favorite muppet-looking sage. It consists of Calvados, an apple brandy, with apple cider, lemon juice, and sage-infused simple syrup. Blending earthy sage with a bright, tangy apple makes this cocktail a delicious beverage that you will drink indeed.
This creamy, indulgent coffee cocktail is an ode to the ultimate obese villain. However, it takes “Java” to mean the coffee-producing Indonesian country. Blending horchata-flavored vodka with white creme de cacao, half-and-half, and coffee, this cocktail will give you all the sugar, caffeine, and booze you need to last a whole Star Wars marathon!
This incredibly alcoholic cocktail lives up to its homage to the ominous Darkside spaceship. It consists of three strong spirits, including Jagermeister, whiskey, and vodka, along with triple sec and sour mix. Coca-Cola makes for a bubbly and sweet topper that works well with the herbaceous Jagermeister.
A nod to the more recent Rogue series, Jyn and Juice is a simple gin and juice cocktail consisting of gin and equal amounts of pineapple and orange juice. It’s tropical, summery, and floral. It makes a great Star Wars-inspired brunch beverage.
Only the staunchest of Star Wars fans will remember the blue beverage Luke Skywalker drank as a child on the desert planet, which is what this Star Wars Cocktail emulates. Even if you can’t place the Blue Milk of Tatooine, you can still delight in this blue-hued Pina colada. Blending cream of coconut, pineapple, and lime with rum and blue curacao, this delicious beverage will become a favorite in no time.
This slug-green colored tequila cocktail comes compliments of one of the many Star Wars-inspired bars within Disney World. If you're looking for a challenge, this is a very involved recipe, requiring you to first make a ginger-rosemary grapefruit zest simple syrup. This spicy, herbal simple syrup blends with numerous fresh fruit juices as smoky reposado tequila for a tasty and complex cocktail.
In honor of the white stormtroopers, The Frost Awakens is a creamy, white cocktail that blends rum with equal parts coconut milk, pineapple, and orange juice. Coconut milk adds nuttiness and creaminess to the rich rum, while pineapple and orange juice add a sweet and tangy palate to round it all out.
This sumptuous and rich Star Wars cocktail is worthy of a dreamy Star Wars hero. It’s a simple three-ingredient cocktail that blends vodka, Godiva liqueur, and light cream in a lowball glass. It tastes like a chocolate milkshake with an elegant alcoholic finish. You can prepare yourself one to enjoy while the kids drink chocolate milk as everyone cozies up to watch Star Wars.
Adding a blue-hued layer to the classic Tequila sunrise, this Tatooine Sunset honors Luke Skywalker’s desert planet’s skies. It’s a layered tequila cocktail that begins with a grenadine and pomegranate red layer, followed by orange and lemon juice. The final blue layer comes from a blend of tequila and blue curacao.
Another recipe from Disneyworld’s Oga’s Cantina, Jedi Mind Trick is a blue-hued vodka drink with a vast array of flavors. Botanical grapefruit and rose vodka blend with blue curacao, white grape juice, and bitters. The addition of the Caribbean liqueur Falnerum adds a rich nutty and spicy finish that pairs well with the sweet and botanical notes of the other ingredients.
In honor of the furry, strong, and loveable sidekick to Han Solo, the Chewbacca Cocktail is a rendition of the whiskey sour. It blends spiced whiskey with lemon, bitters, and maple syrup for a wonderfully complex whiskey sour that features spicy, sweet, bitter, and sour flavors. An egg white shaken into the cocktail provides a depth of texture with a frothy top.
An ode to Return of the Jedi, the Bothan cocktail is a sophisticated tequila and absinthe cocktail that will definitely blur the lines between reality and outer space. It infuses tequila with chamomile, which blends beautifully with the herbal absinthe. The lemon juice and honey add sweetness and tanginess to the mix.
Undoubtedly the cutest cocktail on the list, the Baby Yoda cocktail is a bright green rum cocktail, earning its hue from the delicious melon-flavored Midori liqueur. Along with malibu coconut rum, pineapple, and lime, this tropical cocktail gets a clever garnish of lime slices and blueberries to create baby Yoda’s eyes and ears.
A bourbon and Star Wars twist on the classic Manhattan, Rancor’s Toothpick blends bourbon, Amaro, bitters, and sweet vermouth. If you like smokey, sweet, and bitter flavors, there’s no better cocktail to pair with your favorite Star Wars movie than Rancor’s Toothpick. This recipe uses Mole bitters to provide a spicy, chocolatey finish.
For a long and hard-to-pronounce title, this cocktail is exceedingly simple! An ode to the newest trilogy of Star Wars movie characters, the Lando Calrissian Sabacc Poker Face is a tequila cocktail that mimics a classic margarita. The only difference is it swaps lime juice for pineapple juice and skips the simple syrup.
Taking inspiration from another Disney World Star Wars attraction, Coruscant Cooler is a sweet and sour bourbon cocktail with a bright pink, celestial hue. It gets its coloring thanks to a blend of cranberry juice and cherry liqueur. Lime juice adds an extra tang, and sweet vermouth is a classic alcoholic pairing for the bourbon.
This whimsical, deep green cocktail is as sweet and strong as the character it’s named after. It is a vodka cocktail that gets its green color by blending orange juice with blue curacao and lemon-lime soda. If this cocktail is too sweet for you, you can always switch the lemon-lime soda out for regular soda water.