While Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge are largely identical at Disney World and Disneyland, there are some minor but important differences. For one, Disneyland features an extra entrance to the land. Disney World sells alcohol outside of Oga’s Cantina, including a spiked version of Blue Milk and Green Milk. But one of the most significant differences for coffee lovers was the Cold Brew Black Caf, which was previously only available at Docking Bay 7 at Disneyland.

WDW guests at Batuu East had no way of buying this delicious caffeinated concoction. Until now.

The Cold Brew Black Caf has arrived at Disney World! While it’s still at Galaxy’s Edge, it’s sold at a slightly different location. Fans of the beverage will also be excited to hear that it will also be available in an alcoholic version as well.

Read on for full details.

What is a Cold Brew Black Caf?

Caf is the in-universe Star Wars term for coffee. Luckily, they also have Joffrey’s coffee in the galaxy far, far away. This is a Joffrey’s Cold Brew coffee, which is extremely smooth and delicious in my humble opinion, with some added goodies on top.

The next layer is sweet cream cheese, emphasis on cream. It’s more on the foamy side than a thick slab of cream cheese.

Sprinkled on top are a heaping portion of Cocoa Puffs, because who said you shouldn’t have some chocolatey cereal with your coffee.

The Spiked Cold Brew Black Caf is the same beverage, but with Godiva liqueur also included.

Where to buy Cold Brew Black Caf at Disney World

Disney World guests can find the Cold Brew Black Cafe at Kat Saka’s Kettle, located near Ronto Roasters in the Marketplace at Galaxy’s Edge. You may also know this as the popcorn kiosk.

This is a different location from where it is sold at Disneyland, which is Docking Bay 7.

How much does the Cold Brew Black Caf cost?

As of this writing, the prices are the following:

  • Cold Brew Black Caf – $5.49
  • Spiked Cold Brew Black Caf – $14.00

We want to hear from you!

Are you a fan of this beverage? Will you seek out Kat Saka’s Kettle on your next trip to Batuu? Let me know in the comments below!