Miruvor was a reviving cordial made by the Elves.
It renewed the strength of the drinker and was known to be warm and fragrant. It was often drank at festivals. Both the Dúnedain and the Orcs possessed drinks with similar properties, but Miruvor was known to be the most potent of these cordials. Elrond gave Gandalf some of it before The Fellowship left Rivendell. Gandalf then passed this on to the members of the Fellowship as needed, first on Caradhras, next when they stopped to rest, and lastly just inside the gates of Moria.
|Foreign Language||Translated name|
|Kazakh||Мирұвор (Cyrillic) Mïruvor (Latin)|
|Serbian||Мирувор (Cyrillic) Miruvor (Latin)|
- The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, Book Two, Ch. III: "The Ring goes South"
- Parma Eldalamberon, "Words, Phrases and Passages in Various Tongues in The Lord of the Rings"
- The History of Middle-earth, Vol. XI: The War of the Jewels, Part Four: "Appendix D. *Kwen, Quenya, and the Elvish (especially Ñoldorin) words for 'Language"