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How Much Coffee Did They Drink On The Death Star? [Infographic]

Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi is only a few days away and we’re chomping at the bit to bask in the glory of the upcoming space opera. As we try our best to avoid the Internet — because spoilers are far worse than a lump of coal for Christmas — we entertain ourselves with thoughts centered on the Star Wars universe.

One of which was: How much coffee did the Imperials actually drink on the Death Star?

It seems Coffee Tasting Club has the answer to this pressing question. Based on research taken from American consumer spending on brand name coffees and averages, they created this awesome infographic that details exactly how much coffee is consumed and served.

Before you go ahead and check out the infographic below, take your best guess.

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How much coffee do they drink on the Death Star?



Get Caught with Your Hand in a Death Star Cookie Jar


Have you ever needed a way around feeling guilty about how many cookies you’re eating? Thanks to this Death Star Cookie Jar, a self-indulgent midnight journey to appease your gluttony and fuel your own self-loathing can now be turned into an adventurous journey through the galaxy.

What? No? You’re not able to fool yourself  into thinking that opening a cookie jar is basically the same thing as using The Force to guide you into destroying the Death Star? Well, either way it’s a cool decoration for your house. Couple that with the Deathstar Grinder and you just planned your entire Saturday. Boom, progress.

Death Star Cookie Jar, $56 @Firebox

H/T Incredible Things + Picthx Firebox


This Death Star ‘Spice Grinder’ is Really Just a Grinder for Good Ol’ Mary Jane


Finding the perfect grinder changes everything — from maximizing the potency of your herbs to providing a hassle-free way of separating the sticky-icky. We’re talking spices of course, and we’re definitely not making any references to marijuana. 

That being said, this Death Star “Spice Grinder” is the perfect way to grind up herbs like rosemary, lavender and other such plants of choice. The outside is crafted from non-toxic polymer clay, while the grinder itself is made from metal — which, as most herb-crushing veterans know, is a must for any respectable grinder. It also features magnets to hold it shut, dimples underneath to keep it from rolling around, and is smaller than a baseball, maximizing its portability.

We recommend pairing this Star Wars-themed tool with a Nugtella Sandwich, because we know you’ll be hungry.



Star Wars Death Star Grinder, $22 @Etsy

PicThx Pyroteeze


You Need to Petition Your Local Government to Make This Death Star Slurpee a Thing

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So, remember when life (and Brazil) decided to be all awesome and give us this chocolate Death Star? Life is trying to help us out again with Dave Delisle’s Death Star Slurpee. See how it shoots decimating rays of icy goodness, straight into your face hole? Seriously, guys, we have a responsibility to make Dave’s prototype a reality.

Then, we can all be like, “I love you, Death Star Slurpee.” And it’ll be all like, “I know.”

H/T that’s nerdalicious/PicThx Dave’s Geeky Ideas


This Chocolate Death Star is Not a Trap

But it is way smaller than a womp rat. Unfortunately, too, because this chocolate crafted, cherry-filled wonder looks easier to destroy (via nom) than the actual Death Star.