Harry Potter fans learn culinary treats shown in movie series
Warner Bros. Studios Tour London will reveal the tricks behind the culinary treats shown in Harry Potter movies over the years in a tour at the London studio.india Updated: Jun 30, 2015 17:01 IST
If you are a Harry Potter fan, the London outpost of the Warner Bros Studios is the place to be for you as it is serving up "Harry Potter"-themed treats along with a behind-the-scenes look at the preparation of the Hogwarts feasts.In a first-time move, the studio will reveal the tricks behind the treats in the Harry Potter movies over th years. And what's more, technicians and prop teams will bare the tricks of their trade in workshops between July 20 and September 6.
Discover how film food – both real and replica – was made for the Harry Potter film series as we host our first ever Sweets and Treats feature. (Courtesy: Warner Bros)
From chocolate frogs to orange-flavoured slugs to levitating pudding, participants will learn how these visual delights were created for the movies.
The visit will take guests through some of the most iconic sets in the Harry Potter universe, but the main attraction of the "show" will definitely be the reproductions of the legendary Hogwarts feasts.Visitors will also get a chance to hang out in the Gryffindor common room.
The legendary drink butterbeer will be served in the tour at Warner Bros. Studio London. (AFP Photo)
Candies and other sugary treats are an integral part of every "Harry Potter" film: for example, candies are used as passwords sometimes, and let's not forget the infamous Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans, where a vomit flavored jelly bean was as likely as an ear wax or liver flavored one.
As for the Hogwarts feast, it was the backdrop for many of the films' most key moments. In fact, Warner Bros Studio promises to serve butterbeer ice cream at the end of the visit.
For fans eager to experience the delight, purchase tickets ahead of time on www.wbstudiotour.co.uk for a specific time slot.
The Warner Bros Studios is located in Leavesden, Hertfordshire, northwest of London.