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"Corellian brandy. The good stuff."
―Commander Weller orders Corellian brandy[1]

Corellian brandy was a liquor which was deep golden-brown in color. It was served in the Zero Angle, a bar in the Imperial Bright Jewel Oversector Flight Base on the moon Axxila III. Shortly after the Battle of Yavin, Commander Weller entered the bar and ordered the brandy, asking for the good stuff. The barkeeper Florn poured one glass for Weller and one for himself, and the pair then drank the liquor down in one go, finishing simultaneously.[1] The gangster "Happy" Dapp was known to drink Corellian brandy at the time of the Iron Blockade.[3]

Nova Blaster, a mixed drink made with Corellian brandy and Ipellria firewater

Corellian brandy was also used in the making of mixed alcoholic beverages. The brandy could be mixed with Ipellria firewater in a centrifuge to create a drink known as a Nova Blaster. This beverage was served at Chalmun's Cantina in Tatooine's Mos Eisley spaceport and at one point asking the bartender for a Nova Blaster with the Corellian brandy substituted with Savareen brandy was used to gain access to the cantina's stock of black market weaponry.[2]

Behind the scenes[]

Corellian brandy was created by Timothy Zahn for the Star Wars Legends novel Dark Force Rising released in 1992, and subsequently appeared in a large number of other legends stories. The liquor's first appearance in canon was in "Last Call at the Zero Angle", a short story written by Jason Fry and published in Star Wars Insider 156 in 2015.



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