Fortnight of Fright: Witchy Films & Morning Brews from Cassie

I have one of my faaaavorite people on the blog today! Cassie from Rants and Raves of a Bibliophile! Cassie is here today to talk about two of my favorite things….witchy films and DRANKS!! Take a look at what we have going on today and don’t forget to head over to Amy & Brittany’s blogs to see who they have featured today! Don’t forget, we are hosting wonderful bloggers & authors for two whole weeks with recipes, book recommendations and a lot more awesome!

witchy brews

Hi Everyone! It’s finally autumn and Halloween is just around the corner…EEEK. I’m ecstatically happy to be part of Fortnight of Fright this year. In this post, I have paired two of my favorite beverages with my most cherished films: Hocus Pocus and Practical Magic. I love witchy movies, and these two films hold a special place in my witch-loving heart. So I present to you the pairing of my favorite films with two amazing drinks that you can sip during a breakfast or brunch movie marathon.

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First up, I have Hocus Pocus paired with the Hallowed Ground Latte. This sacred coffee will open your eyes to another glorious morning. Sip this sweet coffee while you watch the Sanderson Sisters run amok around my favorite witch city: Salem, Massachusetts.

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Ingredients and directions:
Brew some coffee and pour it into your favorite Halloween mug. Add steamed milk or sweet creamer. Top it off with some whipped cream and a dash of cinnamon.

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morning mimosa practical magic

One of my favorite scenes of Practical Magic is the Midnight Margaritas dance party shared between the Owens’ women. So for a brunch beverage, instead of Midnight Margaritas, enjoy a Morning Mimosa with some chocolate cake, while you watch two sisters stay clear of the deathwatch beetle. And always remember, “there’s a little witch in all of us.”

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Ingredients and directions:
Pour your favorite champagne in a glass with equal parts orange juice. YUM!

Happy October!

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