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20 Alcoholic Beverages Inspired By The Harry Potter Series

20 Alcoholic Beverages Inspired By The Harry Potter Series
1. Gryffindor shot Ingredients: 1/2 part Cinnamon Aftershock 1/2 part Goldschläger Instructions: ‘First layer the Aftershock, then layer the Goldschläger on top. It’s best if you shake the Goldschläger first so you can get some gold flakes.’ 2. Hufflepuff shot Ingredients: 1/2 part Creme de Banana 1/2 part Jägermeister Instructions: ‘Add the creme de banana first then top with chilled Jägermeister.’ 3. Slytherin shot Ingredients: 1/4 part Kahlua 1/4 part Green Creme de Menthe 1/2 part vodka Instructions: ‘First add the Kahlua to shot glass. Mix the Creme de Menthe and vodka together and layer it above the Kahlua.’ 4. Ingredients: 1 part Schnapps, sour apple pucker 1 part vodka, vanilla Instructions: ‘Mix ingredients with ice, strain.

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