Mix & Mingle Giveaway: Enter for a Chance to Win a Bar Cart and Cocktail Mixes!

Holidays

‘Tis the season — for holiday parties! Starting today, you can enter for a chance to win two of our favorite entertaining essentials: the Beckett Bar Cart and our Williams-Sonoma Cocktail Mixes.

 

Just leave a comment on this post by Friday, November 16 at 6 p.m. (PT) telling us your favorite cocktail (or mocktail!) to toast the holidays, and we’ll pick a winner at random. Want to know if you’re the lucky winner? We’ll email our prize winner on Monday 11/19, so be sure to check your inbox. Good luck!

 

Beckett Bar Cart: A 1930s industrial trolley lent its lines to our refined design in tempered glass and polished metal. Three roomy shelves offer ample space for a cocktail bar, a brunch buffet or afternoon tea service, and swiveling casters let you serve a movable feast. Leather-wrapped handles add an unexpected touch of texture.
Cocktail Mixes: For effortless entertaining, stock your bar with our artisan cocktail mixes. They’re made with pure fruit juices and just the right amount of cane sugar for a sophisticated balance of sweet and tangy flavor that complements a variety of premium spirits. Flavors include Blood Orange–Satsuma, Pomegranate-Blueberry, and Yuzu–Meyer Lemon.

 

 

381 comments about “Mix & Mingle Giveaway: Enter for a Chance to Win a Bar Cart and Cocktail Mixes!

  1. Diana

    I love a frothy, cold cosmopolitan, but in the cooler months, I really enjoy manhattans!

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  2. Cuong

    I’m a simple guy, so I like a glass of whiskey. This bar cart would be perfect for holiday entertaining.

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  3. Natalie

    Red wine and cranberry vodka, with the wine being a favorite because it’s one of the traditional drinks at my aunt’s christmas party, and cranberry vodka because the holiday season always reminds me of cranberries and baking cranberry bread.

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  4. Sharenda

    My favorite cocktail is spiced rum and Pepsi or Coke with an extra shot of cinnamon flavoring

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  5. Courtney S

    A classically made old fashion wins every time. That splash of water and a fresh orange reminds me of the holidays.

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  6. Robin

    my favorite cocktail right now is the Blueberry Mojito, most refreshing drink ever

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  7. Yi-tent Bello

    We love to have cranberry juice, mixed with either sparkling water or 7 Up and vodka. Add frozen cranberries instead of ice to keep drink cold and to add a festive touch.

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  8. Crystal Johnston

    During the holidays I love having a homemade eggnog with rum and rye! But coffee and Bailey’s is a warm treat!

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  9. Christine A.

    Suffering from an all martini phase right now, I blame Mad Men series. Best warm fall/winter drink, Hot Toddy.

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  10. Tasha Perry

    I like to toast the new year with my husband and drinking spiked eggnog or hot buttered rum. Yum!

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  11. Jowana Campbell

    I love to drink hot chocolate with rum on my patio. There is nothing better than crisp air and warm drink.

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  12. Tracy Arneson

    I love to make everyone Eggnog Martini’s .Equal parts Eggnog, Frangelico, and Vodka. Shake and pour over crushed ice. Garnish with a little grated nutmeg. Festive & Delicious!

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  13. Jason Green

    I would love to use this to entertain during a party (especially a Super Bowl Party)!

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  14. Veronica Meyers

    I love apple martini during the holiday seasons, another favorite is Conundrum California White Wine

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  15. Yvette Preston

    I like sitting around the fireplace, with or without company , with a cocktail in hand.

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  16. laura wood

    Anything that’s festive. But not to much since im alwyas home with my 3 kids while hubby is overseas : )

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  17. Deb

    My favorite holiday cocktails? Red and green apple martinis! My favorite holiday mocktail? Eggnog topped with freshly grated nutmeg and a small scoop of peppermint ice cream!

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  18. Shannon

    Old Faithful is Spiced Rum & Eggnog but when I feel like going all out, Emeril’s “Nutty Martini” …yummmmmm!!!

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  19. Vicki

    Ah what a lovely presentation for the holiday season and continuing all year long~ (lemon drops)

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  20. Vedette Telenko

    That’s easy… Good champagne… Chambord… And a few raspberries to float on top!!

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  21. Susan Sirois

    Hot mulled wine or plum wine and polish honey wine really warms you up in the winter!

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  22. Sabine

    The holidays are a wonderful excuse to enjoy all the crazy cocktails, my favorite for fall is Tennesee Honey Wiskey, ginger syrup, and a splash of club soda!

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  23. Kelley Seigler

    I toast the holidays with family an good friends wishing them all a happy an healthy New year !

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  24. Lois E. Winters

    My choice for a mixer is the Pomegranate/Blueberry. It not only goes so well with alcoholic beverages, but it makes really appetizing “virgin” cocktails as well. Further, they blend well with the digestive system so that there is not reflux or heartburn issues as with citrus based mixers.

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  25. zoe Johnson

    Since my 18 year old was very small, we curl up next to the tree on Christmas Eve and induldge on your hot cocoa and homemade marshmellos along with your giant candy canes. This is our tradttion.

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  26. Sharon Melendez

    I am a big fan of Manhattan Martini’s with muddled cherries. Partly because my mom would have one at New Year’s and since her passing, I have picked up her tradition. Happy Holidays.

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  27. Kathena DeGrassi

    I love homemade eggnog spiked with rum. We especially like Koloa from Kauai for a special treat!

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  28. Kathena DeGrassi

    We love homemade eggnog spiked with rum. For a really special treat, we use Koloa rum from Kauai.

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  29. Lorrie S. LeBeaux

    Well first of all, this is so funny to see this giveaway, because I’ve always wanted a bar cart. I love having decanters, some old that I saved from my home in New Orleans after Hurrricane Katrina and one new one I acquired after Karina filled with libations. An ice bucket with bubbly and a bucket with assorted beers, glassware including beer glasses to make coctkails, my two juice carafe’s filled with fruit juice, ice bucked and ice scoop, cocktail napkins, olive picks, olives and of course a corkscrew.

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  30. Melissa

    During the holidays, I love to make a huge batch of sangria to complement the Thanksgiving goodies, and invite my favorite people to help celebrate!

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  31. Ethel Kennon

    Winter brings memories of Rum Nog and Sparkling punches. And what tree trimming is complete w/o some nice Spiced Cider made with rum?

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  32. Audrey

    Holiday staple is Williams Sonoma mulling spices – mulled wine or cider with a shot of brandy or rum, yum! But if I had that bar cart and those mixers, I’d be sure to find a new fave. It’s gorgeous!

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  33. Emily

    Favorite holiday beverage…I like to kick back with a white rusiion or hard egg nog

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  34. Carol Buchman

    A twist on an old stand by mocktail..the Shirley Temple! Made with 3/4 gingerale, fill the remainder of the glass w/ 1/2 lemon & 1/2 blueberry syrup.. put into a blender with ice & top w/a slice of lemon & a cherry!

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  35. Carin

    The cocktail mixes look yummy, especially the blood orange. What a fun cocktail party with all the different flavors served on that bar cart, I think I will start planning! Happy holidays!

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  36. Donna Gibbs

    A manhattan made with sweet vermoth, double cherries, & an extra spoon of cherry juice just to bring in
    the sweet holiday warmth!

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  37. Melissa

    I’d love to try making a hot buttered rum! It just sounds so tasty!

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  38. Patty

    Prosecco with touch of Chambord and frozen cranberries for garnish! Very Festive!

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  39. Alyse

    I love Negronis during any season, but during the holidays the color and flavor is a must,

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  40. Ellie

    My favorite way to celebrate the holiday’s is with a great glass of red wine…or two…or three. Depends on what family came, lol

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  41. sydney85

    I enjoy a spritz. I found this drink in Venice and found it light, refreshing and delicious.

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  42. Anna Beth Alexander

    Personally, I like a Cosmopolitan and when entertaining I serve a champagne punch from my father’s recipe.

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  43. Kimberly Ramsey

    Love the cart. Would be a great way to serve Chocolate Martinis!

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  44. Nicole

    I love love love this bar cart. So classic! The mixes look like a great addition to any bar.

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  45. Holly B

    I love champagne cocktails, my fave for the season is a Cranberry Bellini!

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  46. Dana F

    I love champagne for the holidays. It is classy but simple and festive. Caipirinhas are nice too with a dash of fresh red berries!

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  47. Jackie

    Cocktails served in vintage barware are a favorite with our family and friends!

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  48. Kathleen Sienkiewicz

    Nothing beats champagne with a ginger-infused simple syrup and a piece of candied ginger.

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  49. Les

    I love a good martini, one of the best was Irish Coffee Martini made for me at little place in West Springfield,MA which sadly closed.
    I’ll be enjoying a few of these Jennifer,and Mike Bar MGR.
    Keep smiling Happy Holidays from Florida!
    Hint had Deli in its name…had fun visiting
    Manhattan while I was there..always could tell people the same.
    Gave lots of us excuses,traffic was bad…lol

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  50. Jenn Mabe

    Nothing like toasting the ‘old fashion/homemade’ egg nog during the holidays.
    Cheers y’all.

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  51. Cathy Sangermano

    Every holiday we try to introduce a new signature cocktail. For example, we have had a Pomegranate Martini, Kir Royal, Winter Solstice, Poinsettia, and St. Germain Cocktail. Discovering a new drink and incorporating it in our holiday menu has become an anticipated tradition.

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  52. Susan Chiasson

    Baily’s Chai…my new guilty pleasure. Love, love, love the cart!

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  53. Susan Bush

    Our family loves to celebrate with sparkling wine topped with St Germain for the adults and sparkling french lemonaide for the younger set, all served in trumpet stemware! In warmer months, we love moscow mules in copper mugs! Yum.

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  54. donna

    would love this for parties–carting drinks as well as using for a food station. great place to hang out around

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  55. cathy connors

    Woo! Would love that! And Monday Nov 19 is my birthday! That would be a great present to win!

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  56. Cissie Butler

    Favorite cocktail at holidays? Hot chocolate with kahlua and whipped cream!

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  57. Cora

    This is just what I need for all of my holiday make that year round entertaining here in Honolulu, Hawaii. I love love love your cocktail mixes, it is my entreating secret weapon!
    Mele Kalikimaka
    Thanks for the chance!

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  58. Loretta Asencio

    I was a bartender long ago so I really enjoy liqueur’s straight up! But I can drink Kahlua and coffee, volka and lime with a little soda, or and juice! I enjoy most drinks!

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  59. Terri

    Pomegranate Martini a Holiday Tradition – just need a nice Beckett Bar Car to show it off!

    Original recipe makes 2 drinks
    4 fluid ounces pomegranate juice
    2 fluid ounces cranberry juice cocktail
    2 fluid ounces raspberry vodka
    2 fluid ounces orange-flavored liqueur
    1 fluid ounce grenadine syrup
    1 cup crushed ice

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  60. Dina Martire

    The cart is beautiful. I love a Bulleit rye manhattan. Also make my own version of a sazerac with sambuca instead of absinthe!

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  61. Orly Wallach

    Thanks giving without spiced (and spiked) apple cider is just not the same!

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  62. Anne

    We love to kick off Christmas morning with mimosas. One year, we all decided to sport fake moustaches as well. One of my favorite pictures of my late grandma is of her wearing a stick-on moustache while drinking a mimosa.

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  63. Colandra Leavell

    I love mixing warm apple cider with caramel syrup and a pinch of nutmeg!

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  64. Mary Kay Garry

    I love the first toast just prior to our Thanksgiving meal. In gratitude for health and abundance, and Ito a joyful and peaceful Christmas!

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  65. Angie Barker

    Our family has started a new tradition of drinking margaritas whenever we get together for the holidays or family reunions. We cherish the time we can be with each other and have our mountain siestas.

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  66. Rose

    Nothing says the holidays like apple cider steeped in mulling spice and spiked with vodka:)

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  67. Donna

    My favorite cocktail is a Cosmopolitan. Thank you “Sex and the City” for creating this libation.

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  68. addy

    My favorite fall-time cocktail = remy, sour mix, grand marnier & sugar rim. Warms you up, give you the nice warm cognac fuzzy to embrace the holidays.

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  69. Sara Marashian

    You can never go wrong adding a bit of tequila to some Mexican Hot Chocolate! (That is, if you like tequila.:))

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  70. Claudia Grice

    Softened vanilla ice cream blended w/brandy and topped w/fresh grated nutmeg… My dad’s recipe for egg nog! Cold and delicious…

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  71. Melissa

    I had my first pomegranate margarita martini a few years ago and have been addicted ever since

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  72. Jill

    Love, love, love a Kir Royale for the holidays – tasty, colorful, and bubbly.

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  73. Viviana Ramos-Perez

    Love toasting the holidays with great drinks. This cart will compliment my bar, just love it!

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  74. Kelly

    My favorite cocktail late on Thanksgiving evening is a very simple French roast coffee, kahlua and dollop of whipped cream (always around because of pie!). I remember my parents, grandparents, aunt and uncle, and the rest of the adults indulging in this drink while playing cards on the night of Thanksgiving. It was the only time of year everyone had this treat, and it was so fun to join in once i became a coffee-drinking adult. Whenever I use kahlua now, I remember this family ritual at my grandmother’s on Thanksgiving.

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  75. Erin

    For me, it’s the holiday classic eggnog, from scratch. Nothing better to warm you up in the winter!

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  76. Aaron

    Hi Williams Sonoma, my favorite way to toast the holidays is with a Kir Royale. To make a Kir Royale put a little crème de cassis (blackcurrant liqueur) into a champagne glass and top it up with champagne. You can add raspberries to the glass for a nice presentation. Delicious and fun.

    Cheers!

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  77. Bobbi Dearwester

    Hot chocolate with a splash of peppermint schnapps ,,,or when I am serious, dirty martinis…lol

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  78. Linda Ferri

    Love to entertain family and friends for the holiday’s and special occasions, which is quite often. Love all the products from William Sonoma. All top notch.

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  79. Kristine Schuster

    I’m a sucker for a vodka tonic with lime. Love the bar cart!!!

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  80. Dana

    My favorite cocktail to toast the holidays is called Candy Cane Lane, and of course it includes Peppermint schnapps!

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  81. SonyaW

    Love Bourbon drinks. Living in SoCal means super warm holidays (don’t hate). Bourbon with crushed mint sprigs topped with fresh limes, simple syrup, and topped soda water is something easy to sip. Need a cart to add the ginger and muddle for days of holiday feasts equal uneasy stomach. Traditional mint, lemon, ginger are cure-alls in my culture—the fact that it is in my mixed drink just means I’m adding healthy notes to keep away nasty colds.

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  82. Sandra Haugen

    There is no limit to the fabulous Martini’s you can make. I often entertain clients or just to wind down after a long day … Blood orange is my absolute favorite. Try it with blood orange vodka or citrus vodka. Another great option is the lemon mixer with a touch of lime aid, muddled key limes, two cucumber slices muddles and raspberry vodka. Yum!

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  83. Robin

    Caesars are my favorite. Similar to a bloody mary but made with clamato juice and topped with celery salt. So good!

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  84. Kathy

    Definitely the Sidecar. Though at the holidays who can resist a good well spiked Eggnog.

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  85. Alisa

    My favorite winter cocktail is definitely a lighter take on the greyhoud – vodka, gin, and grapefruit juice. It’s light and refreshing (not heavy and filling like most winter cocktails), so you feel energized after you drink it! I’ve been eyeing the Beckett Bar Cart for a while now…I would be overjoyed to have it in my home!! Thank you :)

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  86. Gina Robinson

    My favorite is the coconuty grape cocktail, it is refreshing and leaves you feeling good!

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  87. Jackie Valledor

    Favorite cocktail; frozen pina colada with shot of amarretto on the top (not mixed in) yummm

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  88. Mariann Garr

    A Red Head In Bed

    Strawberries, Vodka, Lime Juice, Reisling or Champagne

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  89. Bridgett

    My favorite lately is Jameson, Baileys and root beer. It is so yummy and can easily sneak up on you!

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  90. Heather George

    Nothing says holidays at our house like the Christmas Cranberry Comos we share before sitting down to feast with the family!

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  91. Ellen

    My favorite holiday cocktail is a light, dry prosecco with pomegranate seeds. Light, festive and anti-oxident rich!

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  92. Michael DeFries

    The “French Connection”; Equal Parts Courvoissier V.S.O.P & Grand Marnier, chilled up. AKA Flight Fuel !

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  93. NANCY YARDLEY

    LOVELY! AND ELEGANT, A GREAT ADDITION TO MY ENTERTAINMENT COLLECTION

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  94. Jennifer Essad

    My favorite cocktail is the “whiskey sour” I like to use Southern Comfort and fresh citrus!

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  95. Lisa Nguyen

    My favorite cocktail is a super dry dirty vodka martini. I would definitely expand my horizons with the drink cart and mixers!

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  96. pamela fenton

    Simple Champagne + variety of mixes are Perfectly chic for the Holidays!

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  97. Andrea Gentry

    Oh how I could use this marvelous beverage cart. Some of the greatest moments start behind the beginning!! Foremost a shorty rock glass with clear crisp ice chunks, covered with…Run Chata. Sprinkled with a dash of strawberry mix and a twist of fresh lime. This would be the perfect start to happy ending!!! Love love love it!!

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  98. Erin Van Dyke

    Always love celebrating the Holidays with a dirty martini with blue cheese stuffed olives! Cheers!

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  99. Linda Wyman

    This cart would be great for my living room ,as a great help for guest and family to enjoy and boost the holiday season love a glass of wine.

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  100. Mike Geraghty

    I always prefer to have a vodka martini, on the rocks, for the holidays. There is nothing like a good vodka martini to start a holiday off right!

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  101. Rhonda Unrau

    Love Moscato Wine & Cranberry Juice with a few chilled cranberries floating for effect … PS … that is one gorgeous cart … have the spot for it !!

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  102. Allison

    Thinking of the colder months, I enjoy Egg Nog with Brandy, but my favorite is putting my feet up by the fire and sipping a fine Porte.

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  103. Melissa S.

    I love sipping a good whiskey, but enjoy a variety of cocktails. I really do enjoy a fabulous martini – vodka preferred. This cart would look spectacular in my home!

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  104. Kristina

    Blackberry champagne cocktails are the best way to upgrade the ordinary glass of champagne – elegant and absolutely delicious.

    Baileys on the rocks is another yummy treat for the season.

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  105. Elizabeth

    Classic kir royale or delicious spiked hot apple cider with a cinnamon stick garnish.

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  106. Lacey

    My absolute favorite cocktail is the Herbaltini! It’s made with gin and soda + muddled rosemary, mint and oranges. And thank you for reminding me to get more gin! ;)

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  107. Chantale Joseph

    I love to entertain and introduce my guest to something new at my get togethers. My guest always look forward to see what I have next for them to try out. Last year Christmas, I introduce my friends to version of A Pomegranate Martini and it was the hit of the night. Even though I always something new, the #1 drink request goes to my PM (Pomegranate Martini). This cart would be perfect for my next get together on Christmas, have something new and special in store my guest. :) Best drink for the holiday gathering is this martini.

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  108. Tonia

    I love mimosas but also sometimes like a simple jack & coke. It reminds me of good times when my dad & grandpa would sneak me & my sister a sip. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  109. Teresa Rawlinson

    Margaritas are our favorite. We have Rita night every Thursday night on ou back porch.

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  110. Stella Q. Clavecilla

    I would love an awesome apple martini at this time! It’s 6:15 pm and I think I’ll join a happy hour or 2.

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  111. linda

    My friend would use this cart to make candy cane shots and maybe some chocolate rimmed drinks –anything with mint is good….Mulled cider is delish –and pineapple mocktails are great too

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  112. Fatma

    I love martini , Yuzu-Meyer Lemon Martini is going to be good choice for me :)

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  113. LUIS B. VILLAR

    EGG NOG MARTINI
    Serves 8

    Ingredients

    1 cup sugar
    1/4 cup cornstarch
    1 teaspoon ground nutmeg
    1 teaspoon pumpkin-pie spice, plus more for garnish
    8 cups whole milk
    6 large egg yolks
    3 cups brandy

    Directions

    Set a large fine-mesh sieve over a large bowl. Place bottom of bowl in an ice bath; set aside. Off heat, in a medium saucepan, whisk together sugar, cornstarch, nutmeg, and pumpkin-pie spice. Gradually whisk in 4 cups milk, taking care to incorporate the cornstarch. Whisk in egg yolks.
    Whisking constantly, cook over medium heat until the first large bubble sputters, 10 to 12 minutes. Reduce heat to low; cook, whisking constantly, 1 minute more. Remove from heat; immediately pour through sieve into bowl. Stir in remaining 4 cups milk. Let cool completely in bowl still set in ice bath.
    Just before serving, stir in brandy, and ladle into glasses; garnish with pumpkin-pie spice.

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  114. Kaitlyn

    Hot mulled wine always brings a pleasant aroma and warmth to the holiday season!

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  115. Rhonda S.

    Here in the Southwest the Margarita is a holiday cocktail we love to serve. Whether consuming by itself or a mouthful of a tasty hors d’oeuvre. The unique combination of sweet liquor and lemony tart. They would look more stylish serving them from the Beckett Bar Cart.

    Now let’s open the Williams –Sonoma Cocktail Mixes too! Because the door bell is ringing again with the rest of the crew!

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  116. Mukta Agrawal

    For me, nothing says winter cocktail like a wassail garnished with crystallized ginger and a cinnamon stick!

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  117. Jenn Cohen

    I love this cordial called Vervaine du Velay (aka the green stuff). It’s very herbal and very strange…but delicious!

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  118. Pam

    I love eggnog and brandy for the holidays :) Or an Irish coffee. I think it is the whip-cream, it taste like Christmas! And the cart is gorgeous.

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  119. Sheila Edmond

    My favorite cocktail during the holidays is a really nice brandy served in a large warmed snifter. The first time I had it this way it was winter and I was in Germany. It warmed me to my toes and put a sparkle in my eye.

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  120. Jennifer Bender

    I love hot mulled cider with a splash (or more) or rum! Perfect this time of year.

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  121. Rebecca Charles

    Love the blood orange-satsuma mixer shaken
    With ice and just alittle v.
    Have the mixers just need the cart.

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  122. michelle

    I love love love making a batch of mulled wine to share with friends & family. Or Gluhwein, as it was called when I first tasted it in Salzburg, Austria, strolling outside w friends at the kris kringle Christmas market ….yum!

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  123. Lucy

    It so much fun to have a pomegranate-blueberry martini and the color is so festive!

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  124. Sarah

    I just love Cosmopolitian nothing like one of these to kick start your weekend.

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  125. Jackie Arnold

    What a joy to have this in my entertainment
    area for guests to see as well as be a functional
    piece of furniture.
    Thank You

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  126. Jackie Arnold

    My favorite cocktail is a well chilled Vodka
    Martini. But for the Holidays Peppermint &
    Chocolate Martinis are favorites too

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  127. Amanda Reth

    Not sure this is technically a cocktail, but I insist on hot drinks in the winter time. So, hit chocolate with Baily’s Irish Cream drank through a peppermint straw!! Yummy goodness!

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  128. Amy Byer

    I love a champagne cocktail with a few pomegranate seeds! Very festive…

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  129. Amanda Reth

    Not sure this qualifies as a true cocktail, but I insist on hot drinks in the winter. Hot chocolate, the good kind, like Godiva, with Baily’s Irish Cream, drank through a peppermint straw. Yummy goodness!

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  130. christine yaged

    i love apple cider and bourbon! so warm and toasty. fills your heart just like family does during the holidays.

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  131. Jessica

    In the colder months, my favorite drink is a hot chocolate with Irish Cream, Kahlua or Godiva Liqueur mixed into it! Yum!

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  132. Anastasia Loper

    I’m a sucker for a warm glass of spcie wine, homemade or from a local vineyard. But I also love anything with apples and spice, makes you feel warm and puts me in the holiday spirit.

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  133. Christina DiFeo

    Campari and soda before dinner and champagne with St. Germaine with dessert!

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  134. Tamara M. Smith

    I don’t drink anymore and really love the use of “mock” cocktails…that taste just as good and yummy as their REAL counterparts…such as APPLE PIE, made with crushed/puree’d apples, lemon juice, apple juice, ice, cinnamon and club soda…blend and serve over ice, with a slice of apple on your rim! Yummmm!

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  135. Jen

    I won’t turn down a Grayhound as long as the grapefruit juice is freshly squeezed.

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  136. Cynthia

    Any flavor martini will do! Right now I’m favoring the s’mores martini and the tiramisu martini!! Yummy :))

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  137. erin @WELLinLA

    Lately I’ve been loving ginger-based drinks – Moscow Mules and hand-crafted cocktails from bars around L.A. I have been on the prowl for a great bar cart for months – this would be a beautiful addition to my home and putting together the perfect cocktail!

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  138. Tawny L.

    I love snuggling up in the winter with a spiked egg nog! I love the old fashioned look of the bar cart.

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  139. Celia M.

    My fiance makes me this cocktail with midori, pineapple juice, orange juice, cherry juice, malibu rum!! It is absolutely delicious!

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  140. Kendall

    A delovely sidecar or old fashion are superb starts to any cocktail partay!!

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  141. ruth

    Surely having all ‘spirits’ made accessible and handy for celebration will definitely add reason for the season. More Cognac please!!!

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  142. Marina

    Since I am allergic to alcohol, my favorite cocktails are ” virgin” like monitor, piña colada, etc., but for my husband and guest,they have the real thing…

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  143. Paula Lin

    My favorite cocktail has a bit of an exotic flair. 1 part lychee puree + 1 part flavored pink vodka (blood orange, mango and passion fruit) + 1 part lychee sake. Add ingredients and ice to martini shaker. Strain and pour. Enjoy!

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  144. Debra-Ann Florez

    Would be great. I love to entertain and i love Willams Sonoma!! vMixed drinks are the best.

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  145. Tina Minty

    We love making all kinds of cocktails, my all time favorite is a glass of Champayne with Chambord, it’s elegant and just fabulous! Will love and enjoy your Beckett bar cart! Please let me win!

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  146. Jeanne

    My favorite and a family tradition are Irish Car Bombs after every holiday meal. Sounds funny I know but we are very Irish and love to add a little Jameson whiskey, Guinness, and Baileys to our holiday fun!!!

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  147. Kirstin Medaglia

    A Poinsettia…champagne, cranberry juice, and cointreau…mmm and red!

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  148. James

    Well, between scotch and nothing, I suppose I’d take scotch. It’s the nearest thing to good moonshine I can find.

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  149. Kim H

    A perfect way to toast the turkeyday is with a pomegranate champagne spritzer with candied cranberries. For those who like to warm the heart, a hot cocoa with a splash of Baileys, Kahlua, & Amaretto topped with a dollup of whipped cream & peppermint stick, bring holiday smiles in an instant :)

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  150. Lynn

    What is old is new again — I’ll take a Manhattan on any festive occasion!
    (Those cocktail mixes look interesting, though. I think I’ll add them to my holiday celebrations.)

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  151. Jen

    I love a good Cranberry Spritzer. Simple, easy, crisp and beautiful. I will make my ice cubes with cranberries inside for a little bit of creativity!

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  152. Michelle Juette

    My hubby makes me the most delicious chocolate martini’s — Godiva white chocolate liquer, Pinnacle Whipped Vodka, and Voxx regular vodka. Frozen glass, drizzled with Hershey’s syrup! Perfect for the holidays, or any occasion. Cheers!

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  153. Sharri Prosser

    My favorite cocktails are Kir Royale, Mimosas & Margaritas. I would love to have a fancy cart to serve fancy drinks. And especially during the holidays!

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  154. Sarah

    I love a cranberry Bellini! Nothing says the holidays like cranberries and a bit of the bubbly!

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  155. Sharri Prosser

    Love Amaretto Sours! Love W/S mixers too! Would love to make holiday cocktails using such a beautiful cart!

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  156. Lacey

    My absolute favorite cocktail is the Herbaltini! It’s made with gin and soda + muddled rosemary, mint and oranges.

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  157. Kelly Silva

    I love a margarita, made with Mango/Passionfruit mix from Williams and Sonoma!

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  158. Rene

    My favorite drink is a peppermint mudslide. You use peppermint schnapps and add a candy cane as a stirrer. Looks very festive and yummy!

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  159. Maria Malaveci

    My favorite cocktail… Hmm….For the Holidays of course, you can’t go wrong with a Candy Cane Martini!

    mmalavec(at)med(dot)umich(dot)edu

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  160. Heather Freed

    My fav cocktail for the holidays is a cosmo – a festive color for this time of year!

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  161. Valija Galenieks

    CHAMPAGNE WITH LATVIAN BALZAMS. THE TASTE OF CHAMPAGNE’S SWEETNESS AND BALZAM’S BITTTERNESS IS BEYOND WORDS. T

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