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Summary

Taste real magic. Drawing on her electric craft and harnessing influences from Wiccan and rootwork practices, Anaïs Alexandre shares a collection of delicious potions for the modern witch. From potent cocktails, to restorative elixirs and captivating brews, this book of drinkable spells offers the powers of time-honored wisdom in truly delectable form. 

Each potion is accompanied by a simple ritual to supercharge its effectiveness, whether as a solitary witch or with your coven. Sip on a subtle love potion, draw monetary fortune your way with a lucky prosperi-tea, or spread friendship vibes with a warming party punch; as the wheel of the year turns, discover your own craft through the magic of mixology.

©2020 Anais Alexandre (P)2020 Watkins Publishing

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  • CaitLynn SouthersWallace
  • 02-04-21

Very informative!

I love the recipes in here!

I only have one main gripe though. if you are someone who can't stand to read/listen to a book that makes it feel like a really long Twitter post then you might not be able to get into this book. there were sometimes that I found it super 🧀 when the author threw in a hash tag for one of the recipe names but really thats just all up to personal taste.

when I got the book initially I didn't think that thered be so many alcoholic options but I cant complain about that haha

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