Disney is offering a $5,000 Star Wars cocktail on a new cruise ship

Your bank account will be in a galaxy far, far away after indulging in Disney’s new cocktail.

EW has confirmed with a company representative that the new Disney Wish cruise ship is offering a $5,000 drink inspired by George Lucas star wars franchise that will be available in the new Hyperspace Lounge themed dining experience aboard the liner – the first ever star wars-thematic section centered on a Disney ship.

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Amy Smith/Disney Disney Wish cruise ship adds Marvel and ‘Star Wars’ themed experiences

Attraction Magazine was the first to report news of the concoction – the ingredients for which we were unable to confirm at press time.

A social media video from a participant who viewed the Disney Wish shows the drink being served in a droid-inspired container that apparently features smoke, lighting and sound effects.

The new Kaiburr Crystal is one of many options cruisers can purchase on the ship, along with other cocktails and drinks at a much, much lower price.

EW exclusively unveiled a first photo of the completed Hyperspace Lounge on Tuesday, which is billed as a “space-hopping tour” of the galaxy with an immersive section including an upscale bar designed like an intergalactic yacht with metallic details in the vein of Vessel from Dryden Vos to Solo: A Star Wars Story. Although it is a family attraction during the day, it is adults only at night. Throughout their stay, guests will see the ship explore the galaxy, including the Republic, Empire, and First Order, with hyperspace jumps flashing on the screens behind the cast.

Famous ships from Batuu, Tatooine, Mustafar and Coruscant will also circle the “window” behind the bar with surround sound and a holo-tube that projects models of nearby craft.

Disney Wish Disney Cruise Line

Disney Wish Disney Cruise Line

Amy Smith/Disney Disney Wish cruise ship adding Marvel and Star Wars themed experiences.

The Disney Wish will also depart July 14 with its Marvel-themed Avengers: Quantum Encounter dining experience, incorporating Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man and Evangeline Lilly’s The Wasp as they embark on an interactive quest at sea that involves also Captain America, Captain Marvel, and an unnamed villain from the Marvel Universe.

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