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Many of our readers are probably preparing for their Halloween parties this weekend. As such, we have some recommendations for fun and interesting drinks to share with fellow revelers on October 31st! The items featured in this article are non-alcoholic because we here at History and Headlines want your fun time to be safe as well.
First off, the millions of Harry Potter fans around the world will surely appreciate Pumpkin Juice.
Universal Studios sells this “spicy sweet pumpkin beverage…attractively packaged with a removable, reusable pumpkin cap cover” on their official website.
Speaking of witchcraft and wizardry, another fine product, which the author can personally vouch for having tasted it thanks to his girlfriend, is none other than Flying Cauldron Butterscotch Beer.
The company’s website boasts that some “wizards claim that this brew places a ward of protection on those who drink it and that consuming this product has been known to accelerate wizarding abilities in borderline wizard cases. This delicious beverage is the first wizarding drink to have widespread cross over consumption in the non wizarding world.” The product consists of sparkling filtered water, unbleached cane sugar, vanilla extract, natural caramel, natural flavors, and stevia rebaudiana leaf extract.
Of course, while the above products are fine and dandy for relaxing and all, but what do you do if the zombie apocalypse is upon you? Look no further than Resident Evil‘s T-Virus Antidote.
This item is available on Amazon.com.
If, by chance, you are also looking for creative cocktail ideas for Halloween, we can refer you to the following neat article: “8 Spooky Halloween Cocktails.” Of course, we would prefer you leave out the alcohol 😉
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