5-ingredients Harry Potter inspired mocktails recipes
Yes, we love summer! The sun, the beach, the vacation…
Among all these amazing things, there’s still that one thing that is hard to deal with - the heat!
What can be better than a refreshing cocktail to fight against the heat, you might ask. Here’s our answer: Harry Potter inspired mocktails!
We are happy to share 5 Harry Potter inspired cocktails with you, and all can be made with under 5 ingredients.
Patronus charm is a defensive spell which produces a silver, animal guardian, used to protect a witch or wizard against Dementors. For the drink we are making, it has a warm silverish color, with a fresh lemony taste.
- some ice
- ½ ounce of lemon juice
- Tonic water
- 1 teaspoon of Grenadine
- Put in ice in the cup
- Pour in tonic water
- Add 1 teaspoon of Grenadine for a more complex taste
- Finish with the lemon juice
- Close the lid well & give your mixture a good shake
A reddish color drink to remind you of the iconic red hair of the Weasley family.
- 6 ounces ginger ale
- 1 ounce grenadine
- 3 ounces orange juice
- 1 slice of pineapple (optional)
- Pour in the ingredients one by one
- Add a slice of pineapple for decoration
- Do NOT mix nor shake your jar if you want to create a gradient color effect
Although Voldemort’s eyes are white in the movies, they are described as terrifying red in the books, and hence the inspiration of this drink.
- 3 ounces of cranberry juice
- some ice
- 2 ounces of soda
You can choose a dark soda, or the trick is to put some drops of green, red & blue food coloring in regular soda to obtain a black color.
- Pour your ice inside the jar
- Pour in the cranberry juice
- Pour in the soda
- Do NOT mix nor shake to create 2 beautiful layers
Let’s honor Professor Snape by naming one of our drinks after him
- A little bit of soda
- Cranberry juice ice
- Sweet and sour mix
- Orange juice
- Grenadine Syrup
- Put ice in the jar
- Pour in Grenadine Syrup,
- Pour in soda
- Pour in orange juice
- Pour in sweet and sour mix
- Pour in cranberry juice
- Mix well
Don’t worry, it’s just a name. You will not turn into someone else, well, at least not while you don’t have another person’s hair in your drink. The recipe is for 1 punch bowl.
- ½ gallon lime sherbet
- 2 liters lemon lime soda
- Pour in all ingredients
- Mix well
We have also created labels for your drinks for a finishing magic touch.
Simply print out these labels, use double-sided tape and stick it on your jar.
You’ll find the labels for all five drinks here.