Appendix:Harry Potter/Food, drink and potions

These are names of food, drinks and potions of the Harry Potter universe.

FoodEdit

Ton-Tongue Toffee[talk][citations]
(noun, plural: Ton-Tongue Toffees) A fictional toffee that makes the eater's tongue magically grow to an alarmingly long size.

DrinksEdit

Butterbeer[talk][citations]
(noun, uncountable) A fictional weak alcoholic beverage, allowed to be drunk by underage people.
Firewhisky[talk][citations]
(noun, uncountable) A fictional strong alcoholic beverage.

PotionsEdit

Amortentia[talk][citations]
(noun, uncountable) A fictional potion that temporarily causes extreme passion on the drinker and is known as the strongest love potion, but not capable of imitating actual love.
Confusing Concoction[talk][citations]
(noun, uncountable) A fictional potion that causes the drinker to become confused.
Draught of Living Death[talk][citations]
(noun, uncountable) A fictional potion that is known for causing the drinker to sleep so deeply, that makes he or she appear to be dead.
Draught of Peace[talk][citations]
(noun, uncountable) A fictional potion that calms anxiety and soothes agitation on the drinker.
Felix Felicis[talk][citations]
(noun, uncountable) A fictional potion that causes temporary good luck by providing intuitive instructions to the drinker on how to behave in order to achieve his or her desires.
Polyjuice Potion[talk][citations]
(noun, uncountable) A fictional potion that causes the drinker to have the appearance of another person temporarily.
Veritaserum[talk][citations]
(noun, uncountable) A fictional potion that causes the drinker to tell the truth.
Last modified on 21 June 2013, at 17:03