Are you aware of the top secret drinks available at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter? Check out our list, below to give these drinks a try at your next visit to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
With a little searching, you can find these drinks all over the Wizarding World of Harry Potter Hogsmeade and Diagon Alley, but the one place that has them all is Hog’s Breath Pub in Hogsmeade. Nice, easy, one-stop shop for all your top secret drinks at the Wizarding World.
Top Secret Drinks at the Wizarding World
Just a quick head’s up, these are ALL adult drinks, not intended for children. Adults need to have fun at the Wizarding World, too, right?
Unlike our very popular Butterbeer recipes, most of these drinks cannot be made from home, as they include spirits and brews exclusively available at the Wizarding World.
The Black Hog is the Wizarding World’s version of the Black & Tan. The drink combines Hog’s Head Brew with Guiness for a Wizarding World take on the classic Black & Tan. Hog’s Head Brew served as the very first specialty ale brewed just for the Wizarding World by the Florida Beer Company. A very good beer, especially for a theme park, the Hog’s Head Brew finishes crisp, with hints of a good Scottish ale.
The Hog’s Bite offers guests a version of the classic snakebite drink. Traditionally, the snakebite combines equal parts of cider and lager. In the Wizarding World twist, guests enjoy a delightful combination of Strongbow cider with Hog’s Head Brew ale.
Deathly Hallows Triple
Three kinds of beer mixed in a special way to create the Triple. Once called the Deathly Hallows, guests may no longer order this drink by that name. Instead, we must call it the Triple. Not sure why or what happened, but it’s the same drink, either way. Start with pale Strongbow Cider, followed by a beautiful amber Hog’s Head Brew, and finally topped with a dark and sinister Guiness Stout. Looks cool, tastes great, and it’s a fun one to order (if they’ll let you call it by it’s original name).
The Wizarding World’s version of the Long Island Iced Tea. Available exclusively at Hog’s Head Pub, this may be the strongest drink available anywhere in the Wizarding World. Made the same way as the classic Long Island Iced Tea with one exception: instead of a splash of cola on top, Hog’s Head uses raspberry tea. You can also request regular sweetened or unsweetened tea, but the raspberry tea is part of what makes this drink unique. Pro tip from us here at WWP: ask for the drink in a 16 oz. cup, rather than the standard 12 oz. cup. You will get the same alcohol, but they’ll add more tea, making this drink a bit more palatable.
Combine apple cider, Jack Daniels, and soda water. This is one you can even make at home. A very fruity drink with just enough kick to get you back on the streets of Hogsmeade.
The first exclusive spirit available at the Wizarding World, Fire Whisky may remind guests of college days with a very similar named cinnamon flavored whiskey. However, this one goes down much smoother.
We recommend mixing this exclusive cinnamon “fire ball” with Strongbow cider for a wonderful apple-cinnamon combination that also takes some of the “fire” out of the whiskey.
Want a boat drink in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter? Then, Pear Dazzle offers just that to guests that want a lighter, fruitier option. Combine vodka, pear cider, lemonade, and garnish with a maraschino cherry, the Pear Dazzle goes down easy on a hot summer’s day in the Wizarding World.
These are the top secret drinks at the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Do you have any of your own secret drinks from the Wizarding World? Maybe a Harry Potter Palmer? A pumpkin juice butter beer combo (eewww!)? Let us know in the comments which one is your favorite or what your own special drink may be.
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