Sean Kenyon has issued the very last call for entries in the Colorado Cocktail Contest: Your entry must be received at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than midnight tonight.
Once again, the rules:
* The base spirit (at least half of the spirit in the cocktail) must be a Colorado spirit -- one produced by a Colorado distiller.
* There's a seven-ingredient maximum, including garnish
* All ingredients must be commercially available (your homemade JuJu Double Mocha Bitters, for example, would be difficult to reproduce in someone's home or in another bar)
* So that the judges (and the public) can sample all entries, the cocktails must be available at the bartender's establishment, preferably on a menu, from April 11 through June 10.
To enter, cut and paste the form below into the body of an e-mail and send it to Bartender@westword.com.
The establishment where you work:
Your drink's name (if it doesn't have one, we'll help name it!):
Your drink's ingredients:
Your drink's preparation:
Price of your drink at the bar:
In fifty words (or less) tell us how your cocktail captures Colorado:
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