My next secret to ultra cool Harry Potter style cocktails is dry ice! I’m going to tell you a ground breaking secret (and almost embarrassing for me!). This is my first time using dry iced, EVER! Tell me it doesn’t look so amazing in these photos!? I’ve wanted to dip my toes into this scientific foodie world for a while, but I was a little nervous! I had weird preconceived thoughts that the dry ice would explode or I would burn myself but neither of those things happened!
The trick to using dry ice is to have some really thick gardening gloves handy (don’t handle it bare skinned!) and a little goes a long way. Each of these vessels was filled with just an ice cube sized chunk for an epic effect! And yes, you can actually drink these cocktails! Just don’t put the actual chunk of ice into your mouth because it could burn you! We picked up a ten-pound block of dry ice from Smart and Final but most grocery stores sell it! Cut off the chunks you need with a sharp knife or place the entire block in a warm water filled cauldron.
If you love this recipe, make sure to check out these other Harry Potter Cocktails!
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Harry Potter Cocktails: Pomegranate Polyjuice Potion
- Prep Time: 5
- Total Time: 5min
- Yield: 1 1x
- Category: Drinks
- Cuisine: Drinks
Get ready for some super spooky Harry Potter themed cocktails! Filled with all the magic you need for any party!
¼ cup of pomegranate juice
½ lime, juiced
2 ounces of tequila
Ginger Ale or Ginger Beer
- In a large pilsner glass fill with pomegranate juice, lime juice, and two ounces of tequila. Stir for 10-20 seconds.
- Top off glass ¾ of the way with ginger ale or ginger beer.
- Add in an ice cube sized chunk of dry ice and serve immediately.
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