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'Star Wars' Tiki Mugs Are Essential for Geeks Who Drink

Where are the lightsaber swizzle sticks?

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Since The Force Awakens hit theaters last December, a whole new wave of Star Wars mania has emerged, bringing with it a laundry list of weird product tie-ins — from mac and cheese and frozen chicken nuggets to coffee creamer and yes, even foie gras.

The latest licensed Star Wars products to hit the market are actually pretty sweet, though: ceramic tiki mugs modeled after the likenesses of Boba Fett, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, R2-D2, a Stormtrooper, or Yoda. (Naturally, the internet is rife with themed cocktail recipes to serve in said glassware.)

Sipping a rum drink out of Chewbacca's head is certainly a decent way to pass the time until the highly anticipated Star Wars Land opens at Disney World and Disneyland; then, fans will actually be able to imbibe at a replica of Mos Eisley's cantina, the dimly-lit watering hole on Tatooine. For now, park visitors will have to settle for Darth Maul eclairs and black bun burgers.

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