Ever wish you could get an official Harry Potter Butterbeer in a bottle? Now you can. And you can get an official ingredient list for Butterbeer, too.
Unfortunately for Potter fans in America, official bottled Butterbeer is available at the moment only through Warner Bros. Studio Tour London in the United Kingdom. But the home of the Harry Potter film series is allowing UK residents to order the beverage online for home delivery, in addition to picking up bottles at the tour.
Anyone fancy a bottled Butterbeer?— Warner Bros. Studio Tour London (@wbtourlondon) September 10, 2020
For the first time ever you can enjoy your favourite magical beverage at home! The world's first bottled Butterbeer is available now: https://t.co/CHEjfI1jto #ButterbeerCheers pic.twitter.com/xl3dT7hIR7
Bottles are available for £5.95 (limit three) on the tour's website. Each bottle has a collectable label designed by MinaLima. But the most interesting detail on the ordering page is the list of ingredients that the tour is displaying at the bottom of the page.
Ingredients: carbonated water, sugar, glucose syrup, pear juice concentrate, natural flavours, acid (lactic acid), fermented ginger root extract (water, glucose syrup, ginger root, pear juice concentrate, yeast), concentrate (apple, carrot, hibiscus), quillaia extract.
Other companies have marketed unofficial bottled "Butterbeer" in the past, but this is the first time an official version has been offered at a Harry Potter attraction.
The huge caveat here is that, until someone tastes this, we don't know how this bottled Butterbeer might differ from the traditional Butterbeer that is served on tap at the tour as well as the Universal theme parks around the world. Universal has said that its cold and frozen Butterbeers are dairy-free, gluten-free, and non-alcoholic, so the bottled version at least bears some similarity to the drink that millions of Universal fans have come to love.
We'd love to hear from someone who's tried the bottled version, though. So if you're in the UK, let us know once you've tried it.Tweet
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