A Star Wars cocktail that even non-fans will love, the Baby Yoda has been inspired by the floppy-eared creature in The Mandalorian.
Try it, you must!
“The cuteness is strong in this one.” Ever since Disney released The Mandalorian series, the world was enamored by the baby-like face that is Grogu or Baby Yoda.
Who is Baby Yoda?
That question hasn’t been answered in the series, but there are quite a few possibilities. That cute little creature with the bulging pools for eyes may be a younger relative of Yoda’s, or he might actually be the secret love-child of Yoda and Yaddle. Only the Empire knows.
But Disney’s 50-year old infant Baby Yoda has become so popular that drinks have actually been made honoring him. Take Michael Young’s Baby Yoda Cocktail for instance.
The co-owner of a restaurant called The Vault, Michael created the Baby Yoda Cocktail by mixing together Grey Goose Vodka, muddled kiwi fruit, fresh lime, and demerara syrup. He suggests adding pond apple or swamp apple as well since it tastes like ripe honeydew.
The restaurant located in Banbridge, Northern Ireland had run a special on the cocktail for a few years before Jennifer Aniston made it an Instagram sensation.
Disney’s version is a bit different. Available at Trader Sam’s in Disneyland, it puts together rum, Midori, and pineapple juice to give you a sweeter kick.
And now Baby Yoda Cocktail’s have taken the world by storm, much like many other Disney famous cocktails have done.
What are some other famous Disney Inspired Cocktails?
Well, there are too many to count!
- Cinderella’s Glass Slipper – made of blueberry vodka and whipped cream
- Maleficent – made with Grape Schnapps, Apple Pucker, and Black Vodka
- Hakuna Nutchata – with Screwball Peanut Butter Whiskey and horchata on ice
- Royal Vizier – made with Pineapple Juice and Dark Rum
- Glow Tini – made with Citrus Vodka, Blue Curacao, Peach Schnapps
- Elsa’s Cold Front – made with Malibu, White Chocolate Liqueur and Peppermint Schnapps.
But Grogu, The Child, aka Baby Yoda Cocktail is the best! For all its Disney cuteness, it’s a pretty easy cocktail to make at home. “Truly adorable Baby Yoda is.”
“Drink it, you must!”
Recipe Pointers for the Baby Yoda Cocktail Recipe
- Make sure you dress the margarita glass before you prepare the cocktail. It will be difficult to tie the twine around the full glass later.
- For best effect, use a Glory Margarita Glass.
- Use any piece of string, twine, or yarn to tie Baby Yoda aka The Child’s waist.
- If you find the cocktail too sweet for you, you can simply replace the Malibu with Vanilla Vodka.
- Don’t wait too long before serving the cocktail as it may de-layer again and your Grogu won’t be as green anymore.
- If you want to make something for the kids too, just give them a glass of Green River Soda or Mountain Dew dressed up as Baby Yoda.
FAQs about Baby Yoda Cocktails
The Baby Yoda Cocktail is based on the Star Wars character named Baby Yoda or Grogu in the series The Mandalorian.
Grogu was a child from the same species as Yoda, but was referred to as The Child in the first 12 chapters of the series.
Since the cocktail is named after Baby Yoda, it’s often also referred to as The Child or Grogu.
Micheal Young invented the Baby Yoda Cocktail in The Vault restaurant in Banbridge, NI. Michael is the co-owner of the restaurant.
Baby Yoda cocktails can be served on Star Wars Day (May the 4th), Star Wars parties, while watching the Mandalorian or Star Wars, or any cocktail party.
Baby Yoda Cocktail
A Star Wars cocktail that even non-fans will love, the Baby Yoda has been inspired by the floppy-eared creature in The Mandalorian. Try it, you must!
- 2 shots of Midori
- 1 shot of Malibu rum
- 3 oz of pineapple juice
- dash of lime cordial (or squeezed lime juice)
- 3 quarts of lime
- 2 blueberries
- packing paper
- Dress your glass with a packing paper (or brown linen) by using a wrap or hairband.
- Cut blueberries on the side and hang them off the side of the glass as eyes. Do the same with limed as ears.
- In a cocktail shaker filled with ice put Midori, Malibu, Pineapple juice and cordial. Shake.
- Pour the cocktail into your glass (without the ice).
- Let Baby Yoda meet his brother 😉
This cocktail is meant to taste sweet. If it's too sweet for you, you can simply replace the Malibu with Vanilla Vodka.
Don't wait too long before serving the cocktail as it may de-layer again and your Grogu won't be as green anymore 😉
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 943Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 57mgCarbohydrates: 307gFiber: 76gSugar: 64gProtein: 19g