When Guests first boarded Disney Cruise Line’s newest ship, the Disney Wish, and explored the Star Wars-themed lounge, Hyperspace Lounge. There are a lot of great and unique cocktail options, but one caught everyone by surprise. On the menu is a drink called the Kaiburr Crystal, which costs a whopping $5,000! While that seems like a lot for a drink, Guests who shell out the $5K are not just getting a drink — they will also receive many gifts and souvenirs with their purchase. And one of those gifts just received a major upgrade!
As part of their Kaiburr Crystal purchase, Guests receive a voucher to visit Skywalker Ranch, which is owned by Star Wars creator George Lucas. Skywalker Ranch is not only a vineyard, but also a functioning production studio. When the Kaiburr Crystal first came out, Guests received one voucher for the Ranch, even though the drink was designed for four people. However, theme park insider Scott Gustin has confirmed that the drink now comes with a voucher for FOUR Guests to Skywalker Ranch!
Update: Disney tweaked the language – the Skywalker Ranch voucher is now good for *4* people. A smart change.
Update: Disney tweaked the language – the Skywalker Ranch voucher is now good for *4* people. A smart change. 👍
— Scott Gustin (@ScottGustin) July 25, 2022
Thinking of getting the Kaiburr Crystal on your trip aboard the Disney Wish? Here’s more information on just what you get for your $5,000:
- Camus Cognac
- Yuzu — a Japanese citrus fruit — and Kumquat
- Grand Marnier Quintessence
- Three shots — 1 Pappy Van Winkle 23 Year Reserve Bourbon, 1 Taylor’s Kingsman Edition Very Old Tawny Port, 1 Watenshi gin
- Gifts delivered to your stateroom, including a water bottle, backpack, and a Hyperspace-themed room decoration
- A bottle of Sparkling Wine, courtesy of Skywalker Ranch — the winery estate owned by George Lucas himself
- Voucher for Four Guests to visit Skywalker Ranch
In addition to the Hyperspace Lounge, the Disney Wish offers many other one-of-a-kind experiences, including the Incredi-Games (an inflatable obstacle course), a Frozen-themed dining experience, and a number of Broadway-caliber shows in the Walt Disney Theater. The Disney Wish also offers Disney’s first ever attraction-at-sea, The AquaMouse. The Disney Wish joins the other impressive ships in Disney’s fleet — the Disney Dream, the Disney Wonder, the Disney Magic, and the Disney Fantasy.
The Disney Wish currently offers 3 and 4-night trips to the Bahamas with a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. You can read more about the Disney Wish, and book your own magical cruise, by visiting the Disney Cruise Line website or by clicking here.