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Colorado Cocktail Project ticket winners!

Dry with an unexpected splash of everything else! That's what Lori Gray thinks Colorado tastes like, and that entry in our Cocktail Cocktail contest just won her two tickets to the two-day Colorado Cocktail Project, which will be pouring out wisdom -- and drinks -- at the Museum of Contemporary Art June 26-27.

But we also loved Mantonat's entry, and so are serving up another pair in honor of this description:

Equal parts High Plains Drifter and The Shining.

You can buy your own tickets to the Colorado Cocktail Contest at select Whole Food outlets; find more information on the Colorado Cocktail Project here.

Vote for your favorite Colorado Cocktail -- and its creator -- here. Thirsting to know more? Read the Q&As submitted by many of the contestants:

Evan Faber, Colorado Cocktail contestant

Keithley, Colorado Cocktail contestant

Allie Geppert, Colorado Cocktail contestant

Amy Kempster, Colorado Cocktail contestant

Alexandra Parks, Colorado Cocktail contestant

Joshua Smith, Colorado Cocktail contestant

Justin Lavenue, Colorado Cocktail contestant

Adam Dunbar, Colorado Cocktail contestant

Raffi Jergerian, Colorado Cocktail contestant

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The Colorado Cocktail Project is sponsored by the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, the Colorado Bartenders Guild, the Colorado Distillers Guild, Whole Foods and Westword.

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