Friday, February 10, 2012

Discover Your Winter Cocktail Blog App PLUS Crate and Barrel Giveaway! ENDS 2/19!

In celebration of the winter season, Robb Report presents the Discover Your Winter Cocktail Blog App. Everyone has their favorite cocktail, but have you wondered what winter cocktail fits you best? Take theDiscover Your Winter Cocktail quiz and you can find out by answering a few simple questions!

Chocolate Snowball

2 oz coconut rum
2 oz Irish cream
1 oz hazelnut liqueur
3 1/2 oz melted chocolate
3 1/2 oz cream
1 dash chocolate syrup

Preparation: Place the chocolate syrup around the glass then place the other ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice and shake. Strain into glass.

Spring Fever

3/4 oz lemon juice
3/4 oz mango syrup
1 1/2 oz pineapple juice
2 oz blood orange juice

Preparation: Shake well over ice cubes in a shaker, and strain into a collins glass half-filled with crushed ice.

Winter Breeze

1 oz creme de cacao
1 oz vanilla schnapps
1 oz Irish cream

Preparation: Pour liquors into a beer mug, and fill with milk. Stir, and serve.

Want a chance to win a Hendrick’s Gin Golf Umbrella and an amazing $20.00 Crate & Barrel Gift Card?

To Enter:

Just take the quiz and post your results!

Winner will be Drawn on Monday 2/20, no entries accepted after 11:59pm cst 2/19. 

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  1. My Winter Cocktail is a Homemade Irish Cream

  2. My cocktail is Poinsettia Champagne

  3. Hi, Pixie! Well, my winter cocktail from the test is: the "Esquire Hot Toddy!!!" Does that mean I am man-ish?? LOL! The funny thing is that I LOVE a Hot Toddy. BUT, I usually make one for myself when I am sick or have trouble falling asleep! Well, either way, I hope this is my entry for your giveaway - Thanks for the chance!

  4. toasted almond

  5. I got toasted almond! Sounds delicious!

    jfong1130 at yahoo dot com

  6. Mine was Homemade Irish Cream. Sounds good to me! Yum.

  7. Hi, mine is also Homemade Irish Cream.
    madelinebrubaker {at} gmail (dot) com

  8. This made me laugh! My drink is called ...

    the WINK!

    That made me laugh! I'd actually like to try it, too!