Literature’s most magical beverages (infographic)

Most famous potions from books - Drink Me potion from Alice in Wonderland

Express Vending, a leading UK supplier of premium quality refreshment vending machines, has created an infographic called Literature’s most magical potions.

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The visual lists most famous potions from the works of literature. You’ll learn what effects the drink gives, and what are its ingredients.

For instance, Drink Me potion from Alice in Wonderland, the one which shrinks the drinker, is made of custard, pineapple, toffee, hot buttered toast, roast turkey, and cherry tart.

Other potions you’ll see on the list are Dr. Jekyll’s serum, Lucy’s Cordial from Chronicles of Narnia, or Ent-Draught from The Lord of the Rings.

The caffeine heads would certainly be in for a treat with Getafix’s strength potion. As we currently lack a druid department we’re not quite sure what’s in this concoction, but the impact on sales departments jumping into ‘battle’ with their phones and keyboards would be instant.

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Via Express Vending Blog.

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