The same day Broadway’s “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” opens this Sunday, Hogwarts-inspired cocktails will appear at the Hudson Hotel in Midtown.
Poof! It’s like magic — well, marketing.
The quartet of boozy drinks — named for the four wizard school houses in J.K. Rowling’s intoxicating books — are for grown-up Muggles only.
Cocktail “ingredients were chosen to tie to the house colors of the books,” said a Hudson Hotel rep.
There’s the Gryffindor (scarlet and gold), where boy wizard Harry bunked with his best pals — made with Lillet Rose, Campari, a splash of grapefruit juice and club soda.
Bad seeds will appreciate the Slytherin (emerald green and silver) — gin, cucumber juice, St. Germaine, simple syrup and lemon juice.
Fans of House Hufflepuff (canary yellow and black) can sip a cocktail made with cava, sugar cane syrup and ginger beer.
And Ravenclaw (blue and bronze) is honored with bourbon, Pimm’s and a splash of Coke.
“We wanted guests to be able to ‘choose their house’ — as so many people closely identify themselves as a member of one,” the rep told the News.
You don’t need a Sorting Hat to order the drinks, which are $15 apiece. Just ask a bartender at the hotel at 358 W. 58th St. in the Library Bar, where the cocktails are being served through May 11.
That’s actually a fitting setting for sipping Harry-happy drinks, considering that (no spoilers!) a bookcase plays a pivotal role in locating a Time-Turner in the two-part epic show that’s one of the hottest tickets in town.
If you do snag one, bring it to the Hudson Hotel and you’ll get 25% off the special drinks. If you don’t, the Library Bar has copies of the play by Jack Thorne — based on an original idea by him, Rowling and director John Tiffany — on hand. Ditto a copy of Rowling’s seven books in the Potter series.
Make the Slytherin at home
(from Hudson Hotel)
2 ounces Hendrick’s Gin
1 ounce cucumber juice
.25 ounces St. Germain
.25 ounces simple syrup
.5 ounce lemon juice
Add all ingredients into a shaker with ice. Shake well. Strain into a coupe glass and garnish with a cucumber slice.