Under the age of seventeen, young witches and wizards are not permitted to consume Firewhiskey. The drink that provides a burning sensation along with a sense of courage is very strong and only recommended for those of age, in the wizarding world. This recipe for firewhiskey surely gives an overwhelming, but satisfying version of our favorite Firewhiskey brands, Odgen’s Old Firewhiskey and Blishen’s Firewhiskey.
- 1 liter ginger ale
- 1 liter of 7-Up (lemon/lime soda)
- handful of Red Hots or cinnamon candy
- cinnamon sticks
- Cinnamon schnapps or Goldschläger (alcoholic version)
Step 1: In a pitcher, mix the ginger ale and 7-up soda.
Step 2: Add to the ginger/soda mixture, the Red Hots and cinnamon sticks, stirring well. (allowing the Red Hots to dissolve)
Step 3: For the desired amount of tanginess add more or less Red hots and cinnamon sticks.
Step 4: Let steep for 3-4 hours, refrigerated - Serve cold. (over ice, if desired)
Step 5: ENJOY!
I thought it was common knowledge that Firewhisky = Fireball.
You don’t need a recipe for this.
Just open a bottle of Fireball.
I refuse to believe that the wizarding world would consume something as nasty as fireball…
I mean, this is how I thought the tale of the first Christmas went.
Wow. Clearly I haven’t watched Mr. Bean’s Christmas since I started watching Doctor Who.
Daleks are freaking EVERYWHERE guys.
Baaaahhhhhh baaahhhh Woof woof woof woof woof! Raaawwwrrr chchchchchchchhhh….
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“It’s a bow-tie with little Christmas trees on it.”
Love this. If only I could find one for my boyfriend!
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