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The only known recorded time that they were given to anyone outside the Ents was when [[Merry]] and [[Pippin]] took them during their time in Fangorn forest. As a result of them drinking the draughts, they grew into the largest [[hobbits]] in [[the Shire]], adding at least two to three inches to their overall height.
 
The only known recorded time that they were given to anyone outside the Ents was when [[Merry]] and [[Pippin]] took them during their time in Fangorn forest. As a result of them drinking the draughts, they grew into the largest [[hobbits]] in [[the Shire]], adding at least two to three inches to their overall height.
   
==References==
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== References ==
*[[The Lord of the Rings]] pg. 471
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* [[The Lord of the Rings]] pg. 471
*[[The Complete Guide to Middle-earth]]
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* [[The Complete Guide to Middle-earth]]
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== External link ==
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* {{TGlink|Ent-draughts}}
   
==External link==
 
*[http://tolkiengateway.net/wiki/Ent-draughts Ent-draughts] at Tolkien Gateway
 
 
[[Category:Food and Drink]]
 
[[Category:Food and Drink]]
   

Revision as of 11:23, November 26, 2011

The Ent-draughts were the mysterious drafts of the Ents and possibly their primary source of nourishment in Fangorn forest.

Nothing much is known about the contents of these drinks, only that they were made from the river-water and possibly mixed with other things. They also came in two different varieties: one that refreshes and one that nourishes. They are known to have been kept in large stone jars and then ladled out into large bowls. After drinking them, the Ents preferred to lie down so that the drink would not rise immediately to their heads.

The only known recorded time that they were given to anyone outside the Ents was when Merry and Pippin took them during their time in Fangorn forest. As a result of them drinking the draughts, they grew into the largest hobbits in the Shire, adding at least two to three inches to their overall height.

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