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Aqua Vitæ (also spelt Aquavitæ) is a term used to refer to distillates of alcoholic beverages. The creation of Aqua Vitæ was a common alchemic experiment among European alchemists in the Middle Ages.
- Harry Potter films (Mentioned on box)
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film) (Mentioned only)
- Harry Potter Wizard's Collection (Mentioned on box)
Notes and references
- Aqua Vitae on Wikipedia
- "First look at Deathly Hallows props including 'Life and Lies', 'A History of Magic', more" at MuggleNet
- Label Collection book in the Harry Potter Wizard's Collection box set.
- The label reads: "of Mummy, Mastick, Red Myrrhe, Olibanum, Ammoniacum, Oppopanax, Bdelium, each ʒii. Vitriol ℔ii. Honey, ℔ii. Tartar ℥1,ſs. Aquavitæ, gal.iii." which uses the apothecaries' system of weights.