Sisters, gather around for some truly thrilling news this Halloween season.
Wines themed after the iconic film “Hocus Pocus” have been released just in time for you to grab them as you binge watch the movie with your coven of witches.
Eliqs Beverage & Design Shop conjured up the two canned wines that’ll make you run amok to the store.
Thanks to a collaboration with organic wine-maker Besa mi Vino, you can choose between a rosé and a white wine. Both have a 12.5% ABV.
Even if you aren’t a wine-drinker, the cans alone make this purchase worth it!
The Hocus Pocus x Eliqs Rosé comes in a blood-red can that features the face of each Sanderson sister.
Every can also has a specific quote. Winifred’s reads: "I put a spell on you, and now you're wine!" Sarah’s can reads: "My lucky rose! Just where I left it." Meanwhile, Mary’s can gives you a fun idea for a drinking game during the movie: "I suggest we form a drinking circle."
The rosé is described as “bright and lightly bubbly with flavors of cherry, dried roses, and lychee."
The Hocus Pocus x Besa x Eliqs White Wine comes in a dark blue can with the silhouette of all three sisters in front of a full moon. The cans read: "I put a spell on you, and now you're wine!"
The white wine is described as having "fragrant aromas with a smooth blend between dry and sweet on the palate."
If you want a festive way to drink the wines, you'll want to invest in Disney’s new tie-dye mug. The mug, inspired by the 1993 film, twinkles thanks to the iridescent finish, is shaped like a witch’s cauldron, and comes with a stirring spoon meant to look like a wooden broomstick.
The 12-pack of cans is equivalent to one bottle of wine. Sales from the cans benefit community gardens and parks in New York City. You can also get a variety pack if you want to try both flavors at once.
These are limited-edition wines, so they’ve been flying off shelves. Currently, they are sold out, but keep your eyes peeled for a restock as Eliqs plans to brew more.
If you’re not much of a wine drinker, you can always get a speciality “Hocus Pocus” drink from Starbucks’ secret menu.