The original Harry Potter cauldron mug has been upgraded for a more realistic look. It even comes with a spoon so that you can properly mix your Folgerserum Eye Opener potion.
Harry Potter: Toil and Trouble Cauldron Mug ($19.99 shipped)
I’ll admit, I had no idea that Adagio had been curating such an extensive collection of fandom-inspired tea blends until they contacted us about doing a review. I’m so glad they did, because now I have a go-to source for tea that contains thousands of fun options. Seriously, if you’re a fan of something nerdy, odds are there’s a collection of tea blends inspired by it—perhaps several.
Yuengling also added strawberry to their ice cream lineup, but that bit of news was buried DEEP under the crushing weight of the Butterbeer announcement. [click to continue…]
Harry Potter and tea are a perfect pairing, and you can brew up your own potions with this tea set. [click to continue…]
This year is an important one for Harry Potter fans: it’s the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and the 10th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. In commemoration of these milestones, Llety Cynin—a family operated bed and breakfast in South Wales—has recently created a fun Harry Potter-themed tea service. [click to continue…]
My own feelings on licorice can be summed up by this comic, so one wave of these Harry Potter licorice wands have the power to make me feel gross. You can wield this power thanks to Rosanna Pansino—her Nerdy Nummies tutorial is available below. I have to admit, they do look pretty fantastic as wands. Not as food—wands. [click to continue…]