Tom Brady Answers the Most Controversial Question in Disney World!

Remember back in February, when the Buccaneers won the Super Bowl? It feels like a while ago, doesn’t it!?


Even though the big game looked a little different this year with the health and safety guidelines, Disney continued their long-standing tradition of the “I’m going to Disney World commercial.” Rob Gronkowski went straight for Disney World following the big win and we got a good laugh out of watching him teach Mickey the “Gronk Spike” and now it’s Tom Brady’s turn!

Tom Brady is in Disney World this week and, like other Disney fans, he is visiting one of the most popular new lands in Disney’s Hollywood Studios — Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. Between piloting the Millennium Falcon and joining the Resistance, he had some time to try the iconic Blue Milk and Green Milk. And, which one was his favorite…?

Blue Milk took the win! We’re pretty sure that Tom Brady’s face when taste testing the two milks is exactly the face that we made when we first tried it. 😂

The flavor profiles of the two drinks are pretty different, so it isn’t uncommon for even the most dedicated Star Wars fans to choose a favorite. The Blue Milk is made with dragon fruit, pineapple, lime, and watermelon, and coconut milk. And, the Green Milk features mandarin orange, passion fruit, grapefruit, orange blossom flavorings and coconut milk.

Blue and Green Milk (alcoholic versions)

So, there you have it, Blue Milk is the GOAT according to this pro! Do you agree? We’ll keep an eye out for more Disney news and updates so stay tuned for the latest!

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Which one is your favorite — blue milk or green milk? Let us know in the comments!

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