SPOTTED: Clover Blue, Pink, and Golden Moon Milks

Clover Blue Moon Milk

Clover Pink Moon Milk

Clover Golden Moon Milk

Here’s your blue milk, Star Wars fans! And you’ve also got pink and golden milks that you can say come from other galaxies, but would be non-canon. (Spotted by Sarah R at Whole Foods.)

12 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Clover Blue, Pink, and Golden Moon Milks”

  1. These really are intriguing. I do wonder what the intended use case for these is–presumably, not with cereal, but as a standalone drink? But then I wonder if sales will be sustainable, as is there a large enough adult audience (I assume that these varieties will cater more to adults than to children) for drinking milk standalone?

    1. Golden milk dates back centuries. People traditionally drink it simply for taste or as a remedy for ailments as Turmeric is anti-inflammatory and known to improve a variety of conditions; everything from asthma to fatigue.

  2. Could I just have blueberry without the lavender or the cherry berry without the hibiscus? Why do they have to make these so pretentious by adding these extra “flavors”?

    1. I understand what you’re saying but, at the same time, I guess the manufacturer’s idea is to add some more interest and complexity/intrigue to the base flavors–if it’s done well and is not too frou-frou, I can see this being pretty nice.

        1. Lol, since when did spelling things properly become pretentious? I suppose that liking baked beans on toast is pretentious too. No need to judge people’s culture or taste preferences. 🙂

    2. I agree. I like Blueberry and I like Cherry Berry.. I hate lavender and hibiscus. Do I still want to try these? You bet!

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