shopDisney Adds Starbucks Star Wars ‘Been There’ Series Mugs – Mustafar, Coruscant, Jakku
shopDisney has added the “Star Wars” Starbucks ‘Been There” series mugs today as part of the May the Fourth merchandise offerings it has released. There are also various “Star Wars” mug ornaments, you can see them all on shopDisney while they remain available.
Read below for more information on the “Star Wars” Starbucks ‘Been There” series mugs, with additional details at shopDisney while they remain available.
Mustafar Starbucks® Mug – Been There Series – Star Wars
One might call Mustafar the ”birthplace” of Darth Vader, where Anakin Skywalker became the Dark Lord. This Mustafar Starbucks® mug brings it all back with screen art of memorable moments, characters and quotes from the planet popular with the Sith, including the epic battle between Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin.
Inspired by the Star Wars saga and part of the Been There Series, this dramatic cup works equally well whether your chosen brew is Dark or Light.
Coruscant Starbucks® Mug – Been There Series – Star Wars
Relive those bustling days spent in Coruscant where ”the entire planet is one big city.” Inspired by the Star Wars saga, this Coruscant Starbucks® mug recalls memorable moments spent with some of Coruscant’s famous residents including Yoda, Padmé Amidala, Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Part of the Been There Series, it invites you to ”explore the outer reaches and beyond” every time you reach for a cup of your favorite brew.
Jakku Starbucks® Mug – Been There Series – Star Wars
”Why does everyone want to go back to Jakku?!” It’s a very good question that Finn asks Rey, and one that you can surely answer with this Jakku Starbucks® mug.
Screen art of memorable scenes, quotes and characters from the remote desert planet include Rey riding her Speeder, Unkar Plutt looking his usual agreable self, adorable BB-8 and more. Inspired by the Star Wars saga and part of the Been There Series, this mug calls you back to exciting times spent ”on the outer reaches and beyond.”
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