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A woman holds a Frappuccino at a Starbucks store inside the Tom Bradley terminal at LAX airport in Los Angeles, California, United States, October 27, 2015. Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

Starbucks seems to have put a dash of magic on its latest beverage line, and Harry Potter fans are quick to fall under its spell.

Last week, the US coffeehouse chain recently launched a new, limited-edition flavour called Smoked Butterscotch, which can be served hot or cold. The drink, which is made distinct because of its milk and smoked butterscotch sauce combo, earned the nod of Harry Potter enthusiasts.

Fans took to Twitter to praise the beverages’ taste, which they claim is reminiscent of butterbeer as featured in the highly successful book and film series. To those wondering what is butterbeer, it’s a foamy wizarding beverage featured in J.K. Rowling’s fictional world, which can be bought in Hogsmeade.

Starbucks do not call the new drink butterbeer, however. It is also currently found on the coffeehouse’s secret menu, a list of items that aren’t included on the regular menu. In its web site, Starbucks described the latte version of the drink as having “notes of smoked butterscotch and a dash of spice” that “intermingle with our full-bodied espresso, giving your morning latte a sophisticated new twist.”

Those who are curious about Starbucks’ new drink only have a few weeks to try it. Smoked Butterscotch, which is just a seasonal offering, is only available in the US and Canada until March 21.

Apart from the butterbeer-flavored latte and frapuccino, Harry Potter Fans are excited for the upcoming stage production of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.” This is the eighth installment in the highly successful Harry Potter series by Rowling. Recently, the full cast has been revealed, composed of 42 cast members including teens and child actors.

The play, which will be directed by John Tiffany and written by Jack Thorne, stars Jamie Parker (Harry), Paul Thornley (Ron) and Noma Dumezweni (Hermione), according to Entertainment Weekly.