You expect it to taste like blueberries/raspberries. But it was developed in an era of Star Wars all about subverting expectations.I mean, would it be so damn hard to make blue milk taste like blueberries and raspberries, and not be chalky? I guess they don't want a big line clogging up the area.
that’s some good looking scrap metal.So on Saturday I experienced Savi's Workshop and built my...uh..."scrap metal"
I found the experience to be great. My gatherer was a great performer, and the experience is seriously goosebumps-inducing. Of all the things that I was skeptical off re: GE, this is definitely the one that surprised me the most. It's a great show, everyone is super into it, the CMs all do a great job staying in character, and the final product *feels* like a real Jedi weapon you created yourself. I wish there was more characters to interact with in the land once you have it, but hopefully that will come eventually.
Edit: Oh, I also had the Ronto Wrap, which is possibly the most overrated theme park food I've experienced. It's fine, but way overhyped. We also tried the special popcorn, which is okay, but I could only have a few handfulls before I was over it. I had another Blue Milk, which I stand by my opinion that it's legitimately good and better than any butterbeer outside of the hot one. My sister and her bf also tried the green milk, which we all liked.