Triwizard Cup Cocktail | Harry Potter Recipes

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Harry Potter week isn't over yet! Today, we find ourselves in the Great Hall just moments after the Goblet of Fire revealed its FOURTH Triwizard Cup pick... Harry Potter.


If there's one thing that the fourth Harry Potter movie gave us, it was the most un-Dumbledore of Dumbledore moments.

The Goblet of Fire - also known as the Triwizard Cup - is the magical object that chooses witches and wizards that are brave enough to compete in the Triwizard Tasks. It's supposed to only choose one student from each of the three major European schools: Hogwarts, Beauxbatons and Durmstrang.

However, this year, something different happens. It appears the Goblet was hoodwinked - spewing out a fourth name for the first time ever.

Of course, we the readers know that Harry didn't put his name in himself, but we have to wait until the end of the book to find out that it was Mad Eye Moody - er... Barty Crouch Jr. I mean - that tricked the Goblet into accepting Harry's name and magically binding him to complete the tasks and grab the final Portkey - the cup itself - that transported him to Tom Riddle Sr's grave.

After the Triwizard Cup was over - and whenever the actual cup was retrieved and reverted back from it's Portkey status - I'd like to think that Dumbledore used it to brew up his own cocktail of potions. Because why not, he is the most powerful wizard in the world after all. He should treat himself from time to time.

The Muggle version of this cocktail potion is sweet and tangy - and contains it's own version of magic in the form of alcohol. After consuming this drink, you might think that you're fighting off dragons in the Quidditch pitch.

Dry ice is essential for the smoky effects of this drink. If you really want to pretend you are submitting your name for the Triwizard tasks - drop in a bit of dry ice instead for bubbling and smoking effects. If you're lucky (or perhaps, unlucky), your name just might pop out.

What's your favorite Harry Potter recipe? Let me know down in the comments below!

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Triwizard Cup Cocktail | Harry Potter Recipes

  • Number of Servings: 2
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
Triwizard Cup Cocktail | Harry Potter Recipes


  • 2 oz vodka
  • ½ oz lime juice
  • 1 oz Hpnotiq (blue liquor)
  • ½ cup lemon lime soda
  • ½ cup blue curaçao
  • dry ice, optional

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  1. In a cocktail shaker with ice, shake together the vodka, lime juice and Hpnotiq.
  2. Pour the contents of the cocktail shaker between two glasses then top with lemon lime soda and blue curaçao until the desired color is reached. Enjoy!

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