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Holiday Giveaway #23: Art In The Age & Spodee- 12.15.12

AA0.jpg Happy Holidays! 2013 is around the corner, and we’re finishing up this year with more of our annual coupons from our favorite stores and over 30 giveaways from now through Christmas!

NOTCOT Holiday Giveaway #23 is a special one from Art In The Age of Mechanical Reproduction, who are behind the delicious and beautifully branded Root, Snap, Rhubarb Tea, and Sage liquors as well as Spodee (Wine with a KICK!), they also have quite the store of hand picked designer goodness! Beautifully inspiring and playful design/packaging/branding mixed with some of the most delicious and unique drinks makes Art In The Age of Mechanical Reproduction one of the most inspiring companies and stories i’ve encountered here at NOTCOT. So, since giving away their drinks isn’t the best of ideas (age checks, where you’re allowed to ship alcohol, etc) ~ we’ve teamed up to give away the next best thing, two fun super bundles inspired by them!

THE GOODS: Two special bundles (so, we’ll be picking two winners!) The Art In The Age Bundle includes: Snap Mug, Root Mason Jar, Hella Bitters, Whiskey Disks, Root Soap, Field Notes, 2 t-shirts, Tomr’s Tonic, Royal Rose Syrup, and a Feel Good Tote. The Spodee Wine Bundle includes: Trucker Hat, T-shirts, Matches, Magnets, Tumblers, Spodee Jam and more all in a galvanized bucket!

TO WIN: Leave a comment here sharing what creative flavor you’d love to taste in a cocktail is by midnight 12/20 PST for a chance to win. Winner will be contacted via email.

Take a close up look at the goodies to be won on the next page! (As well as cute videos about Root and Spodee!)

UPDATE: Congrats to Derek in Hawthorne, CA and Patrick in Falmouth, ME!

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TO WIN: Leave a comment here sharing what creative flavor you’d love to taste in a cocktail is by 12/20 PST for a chance to win. Winner will be contacted via email.

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Chili & Chocolate!

----- Andrew Saliga 20.12.12 23:18

Lemon blueberry and some mint add chocolate too if you Likey.

----- Amir 20.12.12 22:41

yuzu + chilli. or yuzu + mint.

----- tia 20.12.12 18:59

Ear wax!

----- Agata 20.12.12 14:56

Mint and watermelon. It will take me to a warmer place in the middle of this cold winter!

----- Jessie 20.12.12 14:55

Pizza!

----- Zara 20.12.12 13:57

horseradish and black pepper for great bloody marys!

----- Zeller 20.12.12 13:08

Aztec Chocolate

----- Emmanuel Carrillo 20.12.12 11:46

I’d love a combination of basil and lime.

----- Steve 20.12.12 11:28

I see all the mentions of ginger and yes, absolutely. It would be weird but maybe interesting to try curry leaves in a cocktail

----- mridula 20.12.12 10:01

sweet rosemary

----- Sam 20.12.12 08:24

Matcha!

----- Ellie 19.12.12 23:45

The smell of old paperbacks.

----- Dana 19.12.12 23:36

A tasty old fashioned caramel apple… sweet and tart.

----- Carol 19.12.12 23:22

We used the Root to make some mean Autumn Cocktails. Try it as a martini with a dab of ice cream! Delish!

----- Kara Wolf 19.12.12 23:03

matcha and toasted rice

----- Heng An Wang 19.12.12 22:34

I had rhubarb in a cocktail when I was visiting Boston. Been trying to figure the it out ever since.

----- Jon 19.12.12 19:29

I’d go with durian

----- Tarun 19.12.12 16:29

Honeydew melon!

----- Mark 19.12.12 16:14

Time. Failing that, the way honeysuckle tastes when you pull out the stamen and touch it to your tongue.

----- Rabbit (@caudelac) 19.12.12 13:19

Hmm…I’d say Gin and dragonfruit…wonder what that tastes like.

----- Jenny Wong 19.12.12 12:53

Hmmmm! tricky. But I’ve just had a juicer and have been practicing with combinations. Tonight’s was fennel, pear, apple and good old faithful ginger. just lovely. Just needs making alcoholic :D

----- Stephen 19.12.12 12:28

habanero pepper!

----- Mariana Chan 19.12.12 10:40

SAGE with grapefruit and salt. I also want to make a SNAP Pecan Pie for Christmas this year

----- Adam 19.12.12 10:37

graphite is a odd wine note that shows up in some of napas finest - continuum, opus one, et cetera. It’s a really pleasant thing. I’d love to see a bitters that could bring that to my whiskey.

----- Carl 19.12.12 10:02

Rhubarb, celery, and a mist of WD-40

----- Josh 19.12.12 09:27

Ginger almond!

----- Lindsey 19.12.12 09:15

cantaloupe habanero. sweet & fruity + extreme heat = what my summer cocktail dreams are made of!

----- Libby 19.12.12 08:55

Mint Chocolate.

----- S. Meyer 19.12.12 08:43

Sriracha! :0

----- greg 19.12.12 07:36

chilli pepper and cucumber

----- Diego 19.12.12 07:21

beet juice

----- Alex 19.12.12 07:13

SAGE all the way

----- Joseph 19.12.12 04:32

rhubarb would be interesting

----- Christine 19.12.12 04:31

BEETROOT!

----- mona (not lisa) 19.12.12 03:47

Mud!

----- Sophie 19.12.12 03:33

Crème brûlée…the best dessert in the world!

----- Gavin Booth 18.12.12 23:46

Thai tea

----- Thu 18.12.12 23:37

Lavender? Yes, sure.

----- Brian 18.12.12 22:30

Bacon!

----- Sara 18.12.12 21:46

autumn. you have cold drinks for summer, sweet for spring, hot chocolate and the likes for winter. the colorful, nostalgic, cozy autumn in a drink is missing.

----- Alex 18.12.12 18:13

Melon or Pear liquors

----- Victor 18.12.12 17:36

I would be very excited to try Basil.

----- Ian 18.12.12 14:47

Belgian “Sirop de Liège”, with overripe apples, banana-shaped pears and stuff.

----- Carine 18.12.12 14:45

Beets, in general, I want to play with veggies in cocktails next year. That is my project for 2013.

----- Lene Johansen 18.12.12 14:24

Is carrot cake a possibility?

----- Michelle 18.12.12 14:06

pepperoncini or ginger!

----- melissa 18.12.12 13:41

That’s a christmas presente!! Craft spirit!

----- Alessandra White Riot 18.12.12 13:38

Fig. For sure.

----- Caroline 18.12.12 13:29

I would put a small scoop of vanilla ice cream with the root liqueur. Served in a martini glass.!

----- Jason 18.12.12 12:49

Sriracha!

----- Jake Jones 18.12.12 12:39

Rhubarb and I’d mix it with some muddled fruit … RHUBARB PIE in a glass

----- Emily Thurman 18.12.12 12:26

oooh, my mouth is watering! artisan Ginger ale no doubt and a sprigs of herbs from my garden. mint, sage, basil. maybe not all at the same time, but maybe so. :) Sounds so much better than the current sweetened tea liquor - blech

----- Sheri 18.12.12 12:25

Ginger is a necessity.

----- Jeremy 18.12.12 12:21

Ginger is always a necessity.

----- Jeremy 18.12.12 12:20

What about ice cream!

----- Steeven 18.12.12 11:51

Cactus Pear would probably make for a sweet, vibrant colored drink.

----- Petros S 18.12.12 11:45

durian !

----- Mary 18.12.12 11:40

The sweet taste of victory!

----- Jasper 18.12.12 10:37

I’ve been on a classic cocktail kick recently- it’s fun to hunt down all the ingredients separately and I’d imagine a ‘pre-mixed’ version could never replace the real thing, but I think it’d be amazingly fun to be able to buy an off-the-shelf Rob Roy: a good quality blended Scotch with hints of red vermouth (think Carpano Antica), orange bitters, and subtle overtones of maraschino. Delicious!

----- Evie Adair 18.12.12 10:14

Sriracha. Hot and lovely!

----- Joanie 18.12.12 10:00

I’d like to taste a crabapple essence in a cocktail, tart but with a sweet finish.

----- Brad 18.12.12 09:45

I would love to try datil. Recently had a datil popsicle and it was amazing. Thanks for the chance!

----- Rossi 18.12.12 09:42

caramel, whisky, salt

----- Alex Blugerman 18.12.12 09:36

Star anise would be interesting

----- Vu 18.12.12 09:28

Beets? Satsuma.

----- Nat G 18.12.12 08:35

Root would be the most versatile flavor… making a RB float using peppermint ice cream for a holiday bam-pow! I would love to see a basil or Palo Santo flavored liquor! You could sip it with a pasta dinner, or try it with some dessert.

----- Colin Z 18.12.12 08:04

I really want to make a float with the ROOT liquor and some root beer.

----- Geoff 18.12.12 07:56

Rosemary.

----- Nicole 18.12.12 07:54

Lavender fer sher.

----- Lelia 18.12.12 07:04

Celery! It’s my favorite flavor in all things, so why not a cocktail!?

----- Kate Speidel 18.12.12 06:53

I’d like to try coriander in a cocktail!

----- Deliamo 18.12.12 05:36

Clementine (orange-tangerine) & Vanilla.

----- Nancy M 18.12.12 03:51

Ginger, sweet and spicy.

----- Alison 17.12.12 23:58

Tira Miss U. tiramissu flavored cocktail could be nice eh?

----- erick hilmansyah 17.12.12 23:54

Mint tamarind

----- Levi Montez 17.12.12 23:20

Bacon pancakes

----- Amir 17.12.12 21:04

Pomegranate would go great in a cocktail.

----- Brenda I 17.12.12 20:08

I’ve been playing with shrubs—balsamic vinegar+ strawberry was my favorite so far. But I’d like to try one with prickly pear when they’re in season next summer.

----- Sarah 17.12.12 19:52

cotton candy!

----- Calli 17.12.12 19:26

I love longans. I think that would be a tasty, fresh cocktail.

----- Lea 17.12.12 18:47

Joy.

----- Christian S. 17.12.12 18:28

I would love to taste something with a kick… A ghost pepper kick.

----- Mark Mohn 17.12.12 16:50

Violet, like C. Howard’s candy.

----- Michael 17.12.12 16:49

I’d love a cocktail with huckleberry in it! The rhubarb sounds pretty good though!

----- Jen 17.12.12 16:38

Something with basil!

----- Elizabeth 17.12.12 15:43

Cardamom or balsamic reduction

----- Misch 17.12.12 15:09

I’d love to try birthday cake flavors in a cocktail.. yea it’s sweet, but it’s also delicious!

----- Namtran Nguyen 17.12.12 14:51

I would love to taste a cocktail with coriander in it

----- Morgan 17.12.12 14:49

Sage and rosemary, but not as savory flavors.

----- Susanna 17.12.12 14:45

Going for one of the many other types of mint that exist besides spearmint and peppermint, would be awesome! I usually grow chocolate mint and apple mint and would love to see them made into a liquor!

----- Chris Stave 17.12.12 14:26

Salt and pepper…. sea salt coffee so good but I need it to bite back!

----- Mark Britton 17.12.12 14:11

something briny and bright to remind me of the sea. so maybe a little bit of oyster juice or uni?

----- Kye 17.12.12 14:10

something briny and bright to remind me of the sea. so maybe a little bit of oyster juice or uni?

----- Kye 17.12.12 14:10

pumpkin

----- JASON 17.12.12 14:09

Cardamom - my latest obsession!

----- Christina 17.12.12 13:58

A slight jalapeño flavor would be kickass.

----- Kelly 17.12.12 13:29

Lingonberry!

----- Adrian 17.12.12 13:11

Chocolate. Bacon. CHOCOLATE WITH BACON!

----- Talita Escher 17.12.12 13:07

brown sugar is a magical flavor.

----- ashley 17.12.12 12:28

Lavender-Ginger in my Not-so-Old Fashioned.

----- Sarah 17.12.12 12:27

Blood orange

----- Kristin 17.12.12 12:09

vietnamese coffee! maximum caffeine, maximum booze

----- Mooni 17.12.12 11:26

mmm ginger and berries!

----- Risa 17.12.12 11:04

sriracha?

----- monica sok 17.12.12 11:02

lingonberry!!

----- SCOTT 17.12.12 10:58

PB&J

----- Gabe G 17.12.12 10:35

Maracuyá also known as Passion Fruit! Here in Costa Rica!

----- María 17.12.12 10:12

I’d love to try a lemon pepper liquor or maybe something with a cayenne and maple flavor.

----- Neil 17.12.12 09:30

Sage! or Thyme! yummmmm

----- Michelle Warnke 17.12.12 09:18

buckwheat

----- James 17.12.12 09:15

salty spray from the ocean …or maybe a smokey hay. could be really interesting.

----- ido 17.12.12 09:10

honey

----- Ryan 17.12.12 09:07

Salak Bali Fruit

----- Caiti 17.12.12 08:53

Rhubarb

----- lauren 17.12.12 08:53

Rhubarb has got to be delicious

----- Erastos 17.12.12 08:44

mango!!!

----- Natalie Kay 17.12.12 08:32

I think a Lemongrass liquor would be really unique. You might have to make some new drink mixes for it to blend with, but that’s part of the fun of new liquor flavors.

That and breadfruit… Mmm…

----- Rob Wilkey 17.12.12 08:24

A spicy chai cocktail. Definitely.

----- Charlotte Terry 17.12.12 08:09

I would love to taste satsuma!

----- Sandy 17.12.12 08:02

Plum sounds fun!

----- Meg S 17.12.12 07:48

Gingersnap

----- Nick 17.12.12 07:44

Earl grey tea!

----- Kimberly M 17.12.12 07:21

Cilantro

----- Bruce 17.12.12 07:09

It’s already been said, but a cilantro/mint combo would be excellent.

----- Amanda 17.12.12 07:08

Mirabelle plums! When I was in Spain I found them at the fruit stand near my apartment. They are so sweet!

----- Kaitlin 17.12.12 06:42

I would love to taste a mix of lemon and mint mixed up into a cocktail. I think the blend would be very refreshing!

----- jenni 17.12.12 06:36

rosemary, lemon, mint

----- Jon 17.12.12 06:26

Now that it’s christmas, I’d love to have some rosemary or cranberry liqueurs to mix with.

----- jon k 17.12.12 06:15

i want to taste white pines and glaciers

----- eugene 17.12.12 06:03

I would love to try a thai basil concoction

----- Max 17.12.12 05:37

Oh gawsh, I can’t wait to experiment with SNAP and SAGE! (Not in the same glass though, yikes!)

----- Michelle H 17.12.12 03:46

I would love to try a chai-tea-latte flavored white russian!

----- Eloisa 17.12.12 02:26

Juniper Halle Berry Gin

----- Stephen Cross 17.12.12 02:25

Whiskey and essence of Super Mario Invincibility Star.

----- Dan 17.12.12 00:02

MSG.
Not even kidding.
The umami challenge…

----- Tyler 16.12.12 23:21

Lychee. Nom nom nom.

----- B Louie 16.12.12 23:10

salted caramel mmmm

----- Melissa F 16.12.12 21:15

hostess snowball!

----- Tali 16.12.12 20:38

Knowing how delicious Root is already, I totally want to try Snap. Especially on Christmas!!!

----- Greg Weaver 16.12.12 20:20

Taro would definitely be an interesting one!

----- Jen D 16.12.12 20:06

Short rib

----- Jenna 16.12.12 19:20

Mango

----- Carmen 16.12.12 19:06

Quince and cardamom.

----- Christina Ward 16.12.12 18:46

Any fruit pie flavor would rock.

----- Madoc 16.12.12 18:35

dark chocolate! LOL!

----- nws 16.12.12 18:31

pork floss.

----- jay panelomo 16.12.12 18:07

I wish there were an almond flavor that was savory instead of sweet. Rosemary and cardamum sound good too.

----- Kate 16.12.12 18:02

Grass and bees, hipster’s tears and planet Uranus…

----- Horrible 16.12.12 17:21

rose cardamom or maybe rose pistachio. Love that mixture.

----- Kelly Rae 16.12.12 17:16

As a camping nut, something like a s’mores cocktail would be awesome. Chocolate and marshmallow in a cocktail sitting in front of the Christmas fire. With a hint of liquid smoke.

----- Tim Driscoll 16.12.12 17:03

Would like to try root.

----- Randi Lynne 16.12.12 16:51

Sweet mustard would be interesting

----- Jeff 16.12.12 16:28

pear/cinnamon

----- yp 16.12.12 14:55

Apple ginger rhubarb! Yum

----- Natalie 16.12.12 14:12

Sucker for coffee flavored drinks.

----- TonyF 16.12.12 14:03

Butterscotch!

----- Michael W. 16.12.12 13:47

big fan of basil in a cocktail

----- rob 16.12.12 13:30

Liquid smoke!

----- Mikell Johnson 16.12.12 12:49

Buddha’s hand citrus.

----- Brian 16.12.12 12:38

salted caramel

----- loren 16.12.12 11:59

What about using savory in a gin martini?

----- William 16.12.12 11:15

Longan, it is sort of like a Lychee only better IMHO.

----- Jamie 16.12.12 10:52

Smoke and roses

----- Seth 16.12.12 10:09

I’d love a rose flavored cocktail, and ginger anything would be amazing.

----- Bekka 16.12.12 09:58

I love lychee, but i love this giveaway more!

----- matt 16.12.12 09:35

rosemary - yum!

----- julie 16.12.12 09:01

Cardommon

----- Brian 16.12.12 08:47

Rhubarb, strawberry, and basil. Perfect for that three day transition from spring to summer. That one time of year after the ground has stopped being perpetually muddy, but still before it gets perpetually too hot :)

----- Holly 16.12.12 08:38

Saffron ginger. For warm color and flavor.

----- Laura 16.12.12 08:34

A strong spicy ginger taste with fruity notes !

----- Kai 16.12.12 08:15

Ohhhh I’d love a lavender vanilla lemonade cocktail! Or a salted caramel one for the holidays!

----- Rae 16.12.12 08:00

Honeysuckle.

----- Lindsey K 16.12.12 07:28

I’m interested in infusing saffron into a cocktail, imparting it not only with a unique flavor but also an intense, vibrant color

----- Patrick 16.12.12 06:48

While in DC I had a cocktail that included sriracha, basil syrup, and orange liquor. I would live to try to recreate that. Mmmm.

----- Liz B 16.12.12 06:31

Garlic, I know I can make it happen. In all its pungent glory.

----- Daniel 16.12.12 06:09

love a sweet and strong cocktail when Xmas comes around. How about something w/ aloe vera, i havent heard of one yet

----- steven 16.12.12 05:50

mmmmmm Roman candle haha. Sounds delicious.

----- Garry Hannah 16.12.12 05:38

Pommegranate!

----- Deniz 16.12.12 05:20

ginger and something fruity (pear, plum…)

----- maja 16.12.12 05:04

Leather.

----- kelsey 16.12.12 04:59

Cucumber and melon.

----- Mikaela 16.12.12 04:53

Elderflower and rose.

----- Rose 16.12.12 03:04

I would love some cilantro mint nutella

----- Angela 16.12.12 02:08

Chili & ginger

----- Joonas A 16.12.12 02:02

I love to try a cocktail with Mangosteen. I imagine it would be a lot sweeter than what I usually drink but I love the flavor of Mangosteen enough to drink outside the box!

----- Derek 16.12.12 01:25

Lychee!

----- Dan Gilmore 16.12.12 00:32

i adore snap! would be interested to try something rose flavored.

----- marina 16.12.12 00:20

MOAR shiso cocktails! Ooh, or ume-shiso—that would be amazing!

----- Monica 16.12.12 00:07

rum and chocolate

----- dylan 15.12.12 23:49

paprika… or maybe parsnips

----- melissa 15.12.12 22:28

Pineapple salsa!

----- Nick 15.12.12 21:26

I’d love to use the Rhubarb tea with lemonade!

----- DREW 15.12.12 21:18

rambutan, lychee, soursop

----- Nina 15.12.12 21:16

umami

----- Daniela 15.12.12 21:12

This is so cool :). I would love something mango flavored.

----- Megan 15.12.12 20:53

I think that caramelized pear would be a great flavor

----- Chris Martin 15.12.12 20:52

some sort of sweetened matcha, definitely

----- Laura 15.12.12 20:47

Root + vanilla vodka for a “root” beer float

----- Kara 15.12.12 20:45

Thyme and brown sugar

----- Ryan B 15.12.12 20:36

peppermint and lemon. I know plenty of cocktails for each separately but not enough for them together!

----- Allie 15.12.12 20:03

I would like to try a pear/quince/subtle jasmine infused cocktail. :)

----- Rachel 15.12.12 19:54

dark chocolate + habanero

----- Karl 15.12.12 19:49

carne asada on the rocks

----- rich 15.12.12 19:49

rhubarb

----- jenn b 15.12.12 19:43

ginger

----- Matt 15.12.12 19:32

Szechuan peppercorn infused vodka.

----- Manny 15.12.12 19:27

To be honest when I was a kid I had a huge thing against beets. Now that I’ve grown up a bit, I think I might be ready to take on the taste challenge of a beet cocktail.

----- Allison 15.12.12 19:15

Peppermint Chocolate colada

----- Kirsten 15.12.12 19:10

Lilac or Spruce

----- Noelle S. 15.12.12 18:53

Chocolate and Potato Chips

----- Dominique 15.12.12 18:31

Thai tea

----- jason 15.12.12 17:58

I’ve been obsessed with ginger lately. Would love to try something with ginger and lemon grass or carrot.

----- Tamara 15.12.12 17:51

Curry cocktail!

----- Michael 15.12.12 17:48

I would love to taste a basil infused cocktail.

----- Christina 15.12.12 17:46

Passionfruit!

----- Julie 15.12.12 17:37

Ginger, orange, clove and bourbon!

----- Rick 15.12.12 17:04

rosemary

----- Ryan J 15.12.12 16:59

Curry and Chocolate…might sound horrible, or not.

----- Eric 15.12.12 16:52

Perhaps a modern take on mulled spices.

----- Edgar 15.12.12 16:26

Earl Grey. I have a thing for it.

----- Nick 15.12.12 16:11

Because it is Christmas, short bread flavor could be good in a cocktail

----- Matt Z 15.12.12 16:05

Black Sapote

----- Matt 15.12.12 15:53

Bacon infused Rye whiskey, maple syrup, and butter. Hot.

----- Jason 15.12.12 15:49

It might exist already, but I’m going with green tea. I want a cocktail that tastes like the amazing green tea mousse cake my favorite Japanese bakery makes.

Dying to try that rhubarb tea though!

----- Holly B 15.12.12 15:16

Lavender and lemongrass! Nom nom nom

----- Carly beery 15.12.12 15:15

I would like to try bacon vodka.

----- Heather 15.12.12 14:58

I love the complex flavor of root beer, but I’ve never been able to find their ROOT stuff anywhere nearby. I’d just love to play with it, amp up the vanilla, work in cream for a root beer float, etc.

----- Greg 15.12.12 14:57

I would love cloudberry!

----- Rebecca 15.12.12 14:53

Maybe some avocado and mint.

----- Iris 15.12.12 14:45

cucumber, pear, cilantro, citrus

----- Jericho Diaz 15.12.12 14:41

Oh I love Snap!

One flavor I’d love to taste in a cocktail is bergamot.

----- tasa 15.12.12 14:30

My friend swears by maple and ginger together, it sounds gross but it really intensifies the maple. Personally I’d like some warm sweet spiced wine this year (that’s not JUST cinnamon and anise). peppery lemonaides can be good too.

----- Ian 15.12.12 14:13

Ginger sounds delicious! :)

----- Lauren Tenery 15.12.12 14:10

ginger and lavender!

----- Shannon 15.12.12 14:03

Horchata and white chocolate vodka Martini, yuuuuuum!!!!

----- Andrew 15.12.12 13:53

One of my favorite flavors I’ve only had once in jam form that I think would really work well in a drink is rose geranium. It is wonderfully aromatic like bergamot but with a hint of roses added in.

----- Kat 15.12.12 13:25

Quince. They smell so good. I want to taste that smell.

----- Sarah 15.12.12 13:24

masala curry

----- jess 15.12.12 13:24

Pumpkin Spice.

----- Yoshio 15.12.12 13:16

Sriracha. set it abalze.

----- seth b 15.12.12 13:06

Elderflowers! yum…

----- Tiffany 15.12.12 12:57

i actually own ALL of those products in my home bar right now haha. i am completely obsessed with a variation on the typical moscow mule by using snap + vodka + lime + homemade seltzer water. i’ve also been drinking lots of gin with rhuby & lime for a refreshing apertif! i hope i win :)

----- melissa b 15.12.12 12:44

Persimmons!!!!!

----- Jonathan Y. 15.12.12 12:26

I’d love to try hibiscus or jasmine ingredients.

----- Marshal 15.12.12 12:24

Lilikoi…so delicious!

----- Gina F 15.12.12 12:23

Woodruff! (I love the German “Waldmeister”).

----- Uli 15.12.12 12:20

Hmmm, something with mango. I looooove the mango flavor when it’s done right.

----- Ashley K 15.12.12 12:12

Pu-erh tea. Thai iced tea has a nice smokey flavor that might go well with a whiskey but the stronger, comforting pu-erh would be more of a challenge to blend.

----- Becky 15.12.12 11:49

Being a picante lover, it’s some sort of chili, maybe even scotch bonnet.

----- William 15.12.12 11:48

Rhubarb sounds lovely x

----- rich 15.12.12 11:32

Any fruit and spice. :3 yums

----- Debbie 15.12.12 11:30

GOOSEBERRY! I love these and grow them in my garden, but have never seen a drink in gooseberry flavour, which is strange cos goosies are delicious!

----- Jane Carvell 15.12.12 11:24

lemon, ginger, honey, basil

----- jenny 15.12.12 11:17

Smoked herring or umami flavored!

----- Ralitsa 15.12.12 10:45

Bourbon + Ginger. This prize pack looks too good.

----- Owens 15.12.12 10:33

one of Lance Winters’ (St George Spirits, Alameda) favorite vehicles for Absinthe is root beer. it might be dangerously amazing with Root.

----- derek 15.12.12 10:26

Because of the relatively recent trend of floral flavors in cocktails (elderberry and hibiscus syrup), I predict that there will be a resurgence for cocktails that use the flavors of herbs and spices, (and not just the usual ginger/lemongrass-infused spirit). On that green note, I love tea; so I would love to taste, not simply a tea-flavored, but a tea-inspired cocktail.

----- Lis 15.12.12 10:15

honeydew, definitely honeydew

----- Matt Burke 15.12.12 09:51

ME ME ME ME ME ME

This stuff looks awesome!

----- Brian K 15.12.12 09:41

I love pairings of fruit with spice. I recently had a cranberry ginger mule that was amazing.

----- Cianan 15.12.12 09:35

Cilantro.

----- Casey 15.12.12 09:19

Rhubarb and bourbon

----- Tom V 15.12.12 09:14

peppermint and nutella!

----- Ian S. 15.12.12 09:09

I’d love to try that Bacon vodka.

----- Tom 15.12.12 08:51

We just bought a bottle of Snap and love it. The next one I want to try is Rhubarb! Thanks for the contest!

----- Elyn 15.12.12 08:46

Ginger, Mint, Cayenne

----- Clea V 15.12.12 08:32

lychee

----- Ryan 15.12.12 08:21

A combination of vanilla and black licorice. Tame licorice is difficult to find in a liqueur and it would do well with the vanilla aftertaste. Mmm.

----- Anders 15.12.12 08:21

Sort of a citrusy tea with cinnamon and ginger and Whiskey.

----- Elizabeth 15.12.12 08:14

Buddha Hand fruit cocktail—a sweet, fragrant citron like drink with a lot of essential oils.

----- Matt James 15.12.12 07:50

Chicken with cranberry sauce. bet it could be done.

----- Tom 15.12.12 07:00

I’ve been wanting to try the Spodee.

----- demure 15.12.12 06:58

Oreo with sago!

----- Ellen S. Bautista 15.12.12 06:57

rhubarb sounds interesting but i think i’ll go with ginger.

----- kim 15.12.12 06:56

Cilantro.

----- Jason 15.12.12 06:38

I want something with the summer-y flavors of salsa (tomatoes, peach, mango, or pineapple, basil, peppers, etc), but in light, tasty form. No heavy bloody-style cocktails.

----- Erin 15.12.12 06:10

nutella?

----- jacob 15.12.12 06:02

Snap+ginger beer or snap+lemonade or root+real sarsaparilla or rhuby +strawberry juice. Yum!

----- yethica 15.12.12 05:40

Ginger and sake.

----- Matt Peckham 15.12.12 05:29

I would love to try something spicy in a cocktail, like jalapeno or black pepper.

----- Alana 15.12.12 05:25

Lemongrass please!

----- Jing 15.12.12 05:20

I was at the liquor store last week picking up schnapps and I saw the bottle of ROOT. Its a great looking label!
I want to make a ginger snap martini!!!

----- Amy Stafford 15.12.12 05:10

Lingonberry, I can’t get enough of that stuff.

----- Adam 15.12.12 04:12

Cherry. I would love a nice cherry liquor. Or banana. So I could make an achohol banana split.

----- Christina 15.12.12 03:44

First off the branding/packaging is amazing, i’d love to taste peanut butter, not sure if it’d work but it’d worth a try

----- Dean Smith 15.12.12 03:27

barberry, sweet sweet barberry!

----- daile 15.12.12 03:13

would definitely love to try sage! :)

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----- Amy Tong 15.12.12 02:26

Bourbon, Ginger, and mint. All other ingredients considered.

----- Shane 15.12.12 00:26


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