Cool! Katie Reinisch moves from the Colorado Legislature to Red Mango
Secretary of State Scott Gessler, whose nickname is "Honey Badger": Honey Badger with gummy worms and cinnamon bears so he could bite the heads off. (By the way, our awesome Honey Badger is made with two ingredients: our own yogurt and Colorado clover honey from Rice's in Greeley.)
Governor John Hickenlooper: After noticing that we don't have a beer flavor, he'd swirl Original with Pomegranate -- and also try Chocolate with Peanut Butter...thereby disappointing some onlookers but not terribly upsetting anyone.
Sal Pace, Joe Miklosi and Brandon Schafer : Since they're busy campaigning for Congress, they'd send surrogates who keep asking others for "just a little," over and over again, until everyone ignores them.
Former Governor Bill Ritter: He'd ride his bike here and get so distracted admiring the beetle-kill pine, the CFL bulbs, the low-flow toilets that Jeanne would have to mix him a cup of white peach and black cherry.
Senator Pat Steadman and representatives Mark Ferrandino and BJ Nikkel : They'd top their cups with a colorful array of mini-M&Ms and rainbow sprinkles, even as some GOP legislators pelted BJ with Sour Patch Kids.
Speaker Frank McNulty: He'd want a mango smoothie; no, a cup of chocolate; no, he hates it; no, he loves it; no, he disapproves, but won't stop it. Oh, look, he's leaving empty-handed.
Former senator Ken Gordon: He'd make a fuss about who paid for all this
A version of this story originally appeared on Cafe Society, our blog dedicated to food and drink in Denver; read more here.