Potions, Elixirs & Brews: A modern witches’ grimoire of drinkable spells by Anaïs Alexandre

Potions, Elixirs & Brews: A modern witches' grimoire of drinkable spells

Published: October 13th 2020

Publisher: Watkins Publishing

Length: 208 pages

My Rating:

Blurb:

An enchanting collection of magical cocktails, punches and teas that function both as delicious recipes and as effective spells, written by witch YouTube influencer Anaïs Alexandre.

Taste real magic.

Drawing on her eclectic craft, 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-honoured 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

My Review:

This is an entertaining book filled with different potions that are all drinkable. The recipes were easy to follow, but you will need google to figure out some of the ingredients. The rituals are fun and simple to do. This a great book to pull out with friends and have a good time making the concoctions

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. *Blurb and cover image via Goodreads.

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