Sure, the story of Harry Potter and his gang may have ended five (yes, FIVE) years ago, but that won't stop us from finding every way to keep the magic alive.
We're getting some new storylines and characters with "Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them" and "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child."
So let's pay homage to the squad who started it all by listing what each "Harry Potter" character would be if they were Starbucks drinks.
Harry Potter – Double Shot of Espresso
Without espresso, no other drink would work.
It keeps everything going strong when the going gets tough, just like Harry. He's the core of his friend group and makes sure to lead them all in the right direction.
Even if that direction is headed toward death because, you know, all for the greater good and all. Right?
Hermione Granger – Vanilla Latte
Sweet and effective Hermione would definitely be a vanilla latte.
It's a smart drink because the caffeine level keeps you on your toes, while the vanilla balances the strong espresso punch.
Ron Weasley – Cinnamon Dolce Frappuccino
Any frap contains a fair amount of calories and sugar -- two things Ron Weasley never skips out on. The cinnamon sprinkled on top goes with Ron's sass, and the frap is as classic as a Molly Weasley Christmas sweater.
Albus Dumbledore – Caffe Misto
TBH, the word "misto" just sounds Dumbledore-esque.
The hot drink is brewed coffee and milk – two staples any coffee-based drink has. Like Dumbledore, the Caffe Misto is always there, even if you may not know it.
Sirius Black – Pike Place Roast
The "criminal mastermind" turned "wrongly-convicted criminal mastermind" turned "godfather we wish we had" would be a smoothly blended Pike Place Roast.
The cocoa notes give us those warmhearted Sirius vibes, while the stronger roast reminds us of his darker past.
Luna Lovegood – The Pink Drink
The secret menu drink everyone is freaking out about is known as the "Pink Drink," aka a Strawberry Açaí Refresher with coconut milk.
One look at this unique, quirky drink and you'll know why it screams Luna.
Neville Longbottom – Chai Latte
It's spicy and warms you to the core on a cold, winter day.
At the end of the day, a grande chai is the real MVP -- like Neville's extra five points to Gryffindor to win the House Cup.
Plus, it feels like Neville giving you a hug because you can't remember what you've forgotten.
Voldemort – Flat White
Is this choice because He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named has no nose? Eh, kinda.
But also because the Flat White is a drink that once held a lot of potential and amounted to be nothing short of disappointing.
Bellatrix Lestrange – Cold Brew
An iced coffee's more mature counterpart is the cold brew.
Instead of starting out hot and being poured over ice, it's brewed cold. I'm pretty sure Bellatrix was born with a stone cold heart, so the shoe fits.
Severus Snape – Caramel Apple Spice
No, it doesn't have 394 calories, but it does take you right down memory lane.
And if it weren't for the Pensieve, we wouldn't really know Snape's true story of how he came to be who he is.