Harry Potter World Haul

When a fangirl goes into the world of their favorite book series (Harry Potter), it’s no surprise that she comes out with a few goodies. I wanted to honestly buy everything in the whole park of The World of Harry Potter. However, since I was going to be in Florida for a whole two weeks and with the holidays just around the corner, buying everything just couldn’t be done. I do try to travel light, and I am trying not to be a hoarder/pack rat so when I go to new places, I buy as little souvenirs as possible. Read on to see what I ended up purchasing from Harry Potter World!

“Why are you worrying about You-Know-Who? You should be worrying about U-NO-POO — the constipation sensation that’s gripping the nation!”

U-No-Poo: In the series, this product, made by the Weasley twins for their joke shop, creates the taker to have constipation problems. In actuality, it is a jar full of green M&M’s. This jar of hard-shelled chocolate pieces cost $6.95.

Nosebleed Nougat: In the series, the Weasley twins created this product which allows the eater to have a nosebleed. Once the taker has gotten out of class (or any other situations they want to escape), they eat another part of the product that stops the nosebleed. In actuality, Nosebleed Nougat is a bar of chocolate bar filled with marshmallow-y nougat with pearls and pistachios on the top. The cost is $6.95

Interactive Hermione Granger’s Wand ($47ish) and Hogwarts Parchment ($12): Everyone at the park had wands. Everyone. Minus those that didn’t (but we don’t count those people). Of course, I had to also have one. But not just any wand; I wanted one of the interactive wands that let the users go around the park and make things happen. We spent a ton of time at Ollivanders picking our wand and I am super happy with this one.

Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans: This is another staple candy of the series. Similar to Jelly Belly’s box of Assorted Flavors except with the addition of some naaasty flavors like boogers, dirt, and earthworms, rotten eggs, and a few others. Of course, I could have gotten Jelly Belly’s Bertie Bott’s product but the packaging on The World of Harry Potter’s product is SO much better!! AH! This box costs $10.95.

Everything looks so cool, I honestly want to just preserve them.

What’s your favorite merchandise from the Harry Potter World?

Fever Fudge: Similar to Nosebleed Nougat, this product gives the eater a fever, as well as cure that same fever. Not a fan of this product, unfortunately, as it tasted kind of like medicine. Meh. $6.95

Chocolate Frog with a Rowena Ravenclaw Card: In the series, these jumping chocolate frogs are a staple part of the wizarding world. Thankfully, my frog didn’t jump out of my hand. In reality, they are HUGE, milky, and pure chocolate. YUM. There are five holographic collectible cards that you can collect at the moment: Rowena Ravenclaw, Helga Hufflepuff, Godric Gryffindor, Salazar Slytherin, and Albus Dumbledore. I would eventually like to collect all five, and I hope they keep making new cards. I absolutely love the packaging of this product as it’s so true to the movies’. Each chocolate frog costs $9.95.

Everything looks so cool, I honestly want to just preserve them.

What’s your favorite merchandise from the Harry Potter World?

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