M&M's New Chocolates Taste Exactly Like Harry Potter's Butterbeer

​The Mars brand has released a new seasonal confectionary treat that tastes like Butterbeer

If you found yourself number 189,769 in the queue waiting to buy Harry Potter and The Cursed Child tickets online, fear not because we've found a much cheaper and more enjoyable (arguably for 2 seconds) way to live the Potter experience – M&M's new seasonal flavour of Boo-terscotch chocolates.

Now, we know it doesn't exactly make up for the fact you won't see Harry, Ron, Hermoine and the gang all grown-up and and navigate the magical world of adulthood but there's only so many times you can moan about not seeing the play to your friends, okay? 

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According to Bustle, the new white chocolate treats are infused with butterscotch which tastes an awful lot like Butterbeer – that lager looking sweet treat served in foaming tankards that Hazza and his friends drink in Hogsmeade. 

The sweets are currently being sold at M&M's World in London and the brand has announced it will release more seasonal flavours in Autumn including candy corn (those orange, white and yellow sweets Americans love at Halloween), pecan pie and peanut butter.

Besides, you could always stock up on a few packets for the release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them in November? 

Grab your wand (and purse) and get yourself over to M&M's World, stat. 

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