Harry Potter Mixology: The Death Eaters Cocktail Concoctions Edition

By: Ashley Bryce and Liana Cole

“They were a motley collection; a mixture of the weak seeking protection, the ambitious seeking some shared glory, and the thuggish gravitating toward a leader who could show them more refined forms of cruelty.”

– Albus Dumbledore (Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince)

The Death Eaters are the followers of Lord Voldemort.

They are known for their black hoods, masks, and the Dark Mark burned on to their left forearms.

Cruel and ruthless, Death Eaters fought for pure-blood ideals and to take control over muggles and the wizarding world alike.

Devoted to the leader, they both feared and revered, they fought valiantly in his honor knowing deflection and disloyalty meant torture and ultimately death.

In celebration of this evil group, prepare for cocktails that prove being bad never tasted so good.

The Death Eaters

The Death Eaters are an ambitious group of witches and wizards with little regard for wizarding law or the lives of others.

Members of this notorious group practice the Dark Arts and do spells others wouldn’t even fathom.

A strong, deadly shot is appropriate for these elite troublemakers.

Death Eaters


  • 1 oz Jagermeister
  • 1 oz Red bull
  • Splash of grenadine



  • Pour jager and red bull in shaker with ice
  • Shake
  • Fill shot glasses
  • Top with grenadine

The Bellatrix Lestrange

Bellatrix was fiercely loyal to Lord Voldemort. In fact, she chose to sit and wait for his return in Azkaban, rather than renouncing her allegiance.

Despite being one of the few female Death Eaters, she was one of the most merciless and sadistic.

A near psychopath, a nutty drink is perfect for this crazy, dangerous beauty.

Bellatrix Lestrange


  • 1 oz Vodka
  • 1 oz Bailey’s Irish cream
  • 1 oz Amaretto
  • 1oz cream
  • Chocolate syrup
  • Top with cinnamon/crushed almonds


  • Place martini glass in freezer to chill
  • Add Baileys, amaretto, vodka and cream to shaker with ice
  • Shake
  • Remove glass from freezer
  • Rim inside of martini glass with chocolate syrup
  • Pour contents of shaker into glass
  • Top with almond crumbles or cinnamon


The Lucius Malfoy

Lucius is a man attracted to power; his blood purity beliefs made him an ideal Death Eater.

A man of prominence, he prides himself in being a part of one of the oldest and richest wizarding families.

A ruthless snob, a bourbon drink is ideal for a man whose status means everything.

Lucius Malfoy


  • 1 oz Bourbon
  • 4 oz lemonade
  • 1 slice lemon


  • Add ice to glass
  • Pour in Bourbon
  • Top with lemonade
  • Garnish with lemon

The Peter Pettigrew aka Wormtail

Wormtail was once a friend and member of the Marauders became a double agent and Death Eater for Lord Voldemort, betraying the people who trusted him most.

A skilled Animagus, Wormtail could change into a rat which is helpful in his cowardice, making him excellent at disappearing.

Latching on to those who could protect him, Wormtail was selfish and disloyal.

A mud slide is ideal for this filthy opportunist.

Peter Pettigrew aka Wormtail


  • 1 oz Kahlua
  • 1 oz Bailey’s
  • 1 oz Vodka
  • 1oz cream


  • Add Kahlua, Bailey’s, vodka and cream to shaker with ice
  • Shake
  • Fill glass with ice and add contents of shaker

Click here for the next Harry Potter Mixology!

**drink photos taken by Liana Rochelle Cole**
**all other photos take from search.google.com**

Ashley Bryce holds a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Classical Studies from the University of Florida (Go GATORS!). She is fluent in Latin and has a passion for translation. A Miami girl who loves politics, old movies, Doris Day, and all things Harry Potter related. Find her on Twitter (@ashleyellene) and LinkedIN.

Liana Cole is currently pursuing a Master’s of Science in Global Strategic Communications from Florida International University. Liana holds a B.A. in Journalism and a minor in Fine Art from The University of Central Florida. In addition to being a Harry buff, Liana is a certified bartender by ABC Bartending. She has a love for culture, music and art of all kinds. Find Liana on Twitter (@Liana_Rochelle) and LinkedIN.

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  1. I think this is the best yet, guys. Keep up the good work!

  2. Sarah Peduzzi says

    These are amazing! I’ll be using some of these at the HP themed party I’ve been dreaming about.

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  4. I’m kind of surprised that it’s the Death Eaters that have all the drinks best suited to my tastes in this series of recipes. Especially Bella and Wormtail!

  5. I was really sad… I keep finding links to this site for all the HP cocktails, but I cant see any of the recipes on your links 🙁