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Mix magic with mixing drinks at The Cauldron in London - Genii Online

You know that funny feeling you get in your chest when you see a good magic trick? That little beat-skipping spark of joy that cuts through the crusty, build up of cynicism that's slowly settled around your soul during the long, arduous years of adulthood? Well, that's how I feel about a good margarita. 

And bad margaritas.

And actually just tequila in general, come to think of it.

But there is a certain kind of magic in good booze, which is why the cocktail masterclass offered by Harry Potter-inspired watering hole, The Cauldron, sounds like it's right up my (Diagon) alley. The one-hour-and-45-minute course mixes booze with a splash of Harry Potter-inspired magic, letting punters "wield working magic wands and molecular mixology to brew drinkable elixirs."

"Students are led to interactive work stations where they follow instructions to prepare ingredients and conjure two cocktails that bubble, smoke, and change colour."   

"Students are led to interactive work stations where they follow instructions to prepare ingredients and conjure two cocktails that bubble, smoke, and change colour."   

Tickets for the short semester of magical mixology cost £29.99 plus a small deposit for the magic wand, which they want back at the end of the lesson. Prospective students obviously have to be 18 or older.

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