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"I'll take a Meiloorun Juice. That looks safer. No offense."
"Suit yourself."
"And another one for my young friend."
―Remex Io and 8D-J8, outside of Ronto Roasters[src]

Meiloorun Juice was a magenta-colored juice made with meiloorun fruit.[1] In 34 ABY,[3] it was available at Ronto Roasters, a restaurant and meat vendor in Black Spire Outpost on the Outer Rim planet Batuu. The fruit-flavored beverage was non-alcoholic and suitable for consumption by humans[1] and Clawdites.[2]

When the First Order arrived at Black Spire Outpost[2] in 34 ABY,[3] the Clawdite bounty hunter Remex Io was also there to meet with fellow members of the Kendoh Gang. As he walked through the Black Spire Outpost Market, the Ronto Roasters pitmaster droid, 8D-J8, attempted to sell a Ronto Wrap to Io. The Clawdite declined and requested Meiloruun Juice instead, as it looked safer to him, then a second upon noticing a youth attempting to steal from him. 8D-J8 began to select a beverage as Io advised that the would-be thief's skills needed to improve. Upon seeing the arrival of a First Order shuttle, Io fled to avoid attention from stormtroopers and never received his drink.[2]

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Meiloorun Juice is sold in the real-world at Ronto Roasters in the themed land Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland Park. It was officially announced to the public on February 27, 2019 via articles on StarWars.com[4][5] and on D23: The Official Disney Fan Club.[6] On April 24,[7] the drink first appeared in the debut issue of the Marvel Comics limited series Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, but it was erroneously colored green.[2]

Meiloorun Juice debuted for guests to purchase at Disneyland Park when Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge opened on May 31, 2019.[8] As of 2021, it remains exclusive to that park, as it has not been made available at Disney's Hollywood Studios.[9] The menu's description reads, "Pineapple Juice, Minute Maid® Lemonade, with Blueberry, Cranberry Juice, Lemon Juice, and Desert Pear."[10]

The drink was inspired by the meiloorun fruit that appeared in the Star Wars Rebels episode[5] "Fighter Flight,"[11] which was released on-demand on October 13, 2014.[12]

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