A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away… Drink Wars! Any geek with their salt knows the Star Wars franchise inside and out. It seems that each year we get more and more strange products that land with characters or branding on them from the franchise. ThinkGeek is one of the places that gets most of that stuff.
The latest products to hit ThinkGeek with the Star Wars brand on them are a series of three different drinks just in time for the cold weather. The three drinks include Vader's Dark Side Roast, Hoth Cocoa, and YodaDagobahGreen Tea. All three of the drinks are breakfast worthy for sure and have really cool labels that would be perfect in a geeky kitchen or a geeky desk.
The complete set will sell for $29.99 and is available now. I would certainly drink me some Hoth Coco. The containers are metal lithographed so they should last a long time. You can also pick up a chocolate bar that is made from Belgium dark chocolate for $11.99.
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