Obi-Wan Kenobi was offered a cup of Jawa juice by WA-7 while at Dex's Diner investigating the origin of a mysterious saberdart. The traditional recipe was made from bantha hide and fermented grains, but there were many different forms, including non-alcoholic versions, served in cantinas around the galaxy.
Behind the scenesEdit
In the original script and pre-release cuts of Attack of the Clones, WA-7 offers Obi-Wan Kenobi a cup of ardees, although the name was changed to Jawa juice in the final version of the film. The novelization of the film, however, uses the original name in this scene.
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