[Note: The Plymouth martini glass is a seasonal glass and has been discontinued until next Thanksgiving]
Recently we challenged all you Grailers out there to help us name our Thanksgiving martini glass that we're adding to the store. And you did NOT disappoint. Click the original announcement and scroll down to the comments section to see all the proposed names.
A GREAT RANGE OF NAMES.
It was a difficult decision, I have to say. Some of my favorite runner-ups were:
Crantini: Marsha Lally
The New Englander: Doug Stone
Autumn Taubut: Chris Harper
Cranberry Sauced: (Ha!) Brion O'Connor
The Christopher Columbus: Frank Muggia
All of those - and many more that were posted - could have made great names for this Thanksgiving martini glass.
But only one could win.
AND THE WINNER IS...
Contributed by Tracy Simmons. Congratulations, Tracy!
I just loved this name the second I saw it, and did so for several reasons. Most importantly it's a nice suggestion of Thanksgiving without being heavy handed about it or overly cute. It's a strong sounding name for a relatively serious and reflective holiday.
And it just so happens to suggest my personal favorite nectar of the gin persuasion that so often occupies my own personal Tini Grails: Plymouth Gin. Perhaps there will be opportunities for cross promotion.
Tracy will be receiving a brand new "The Plymouth" martini glass as soon as it's available next week.
Thank you to everyone who posted their great ideas!
We will do this again soon for the Christmas martini glass that's coming soon.
- Will Burns, Owner of Tini Grails