Felix Felicis, Potion of Liquid Luck, Inspired by Harry Potter, banned from all Quidditch Competitions


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"Mine own invention, my masterpiece; the crowning achievement of my career.
Bottled good fortune. Brewed correctly the drinker of this potion will be lucky
in all their endeavours, but be warned … excessive consumption is highly toxic
and can cause extreme recklessness. Fans of Quidditch were quick to protest
that a potion which gives the drinker good luck was hardly fair and use of my
potion was banned, quite rightly, from all competitive events … except
potion-making tournaments."
—Zygmunt Budge

Do you know a witch or wizard in need of a little luck? Felix Felicis is in
short supply, but remember, it is banned from all competitive sports, including
Quidditch.

These curious glass vessels are hand-crafted with various materials including
leather, wax, twine, and cork. Each concoction is individually painted so that
no two potions are alike; whatever your purchase may be, it is one-of-a-kind.
These creations are neither generic nor gaudy, making them ideal not only for
the young witch or wizard but also for your tasteful muggle dwellings. These
peculiar potions add intrigue to a space, ideal for sitting idly on a bookshelf
or enlivening a stale cubicle.

If you are keen on a particular color, style, or identity of a potion, please
contact me and I will do my best to accommodate your request.

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