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Liquid Luck

In America Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer.

It’s everyone’s last excuse to barbecue and there’s a whole thing about not wearing white after Labor Day. Idk it’s a lot of nonsense that I don’t pay attention to. 

We didn’t babaque or anything but definitely decided to take advantage of the weekend off work.

So kiss summer goodbye and start fall off with a little liquid luck.

Felix Felicis, also called “Liquid Luck,” was a potion from Harry Potter that made the drinker lucky for a while. It’s supposed to be the color of molten gold. I’m still mad that the movies made it a clear liquid.

So I decided to make my own. It’s the perfect blend of fall and summer. And despite the name, it’s non-alcoholic. 

But if you wanted to add a little alcohol you can.


  • sparkling sugar
  • Cinnamon 
  • vanilla ice cream
  • caramel sauce
  • 1 bottle of Martinelli’s Gold Medal Sparkling Cider or whichever sparkling cider you prefer 

Measure everything with your hearts

(Optional for 21+ add 1 shot of rum to each drink )


  • Pour some of the caramel into a small bowl. Dip the rim of your glasses in the caramel and then into the sparkly sugar.
  • pour about 6 oz. of the cider into each of the prepared glasses
    • If 21+ also add your shot of rum
  • Using a cookie scoop, add ice cream to each glass.
  • Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on top of each drink.

I used Wilton Gold, Silver and White Sugars 

Can be found here

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