Hey folks. New to beverages and was unable to get help with the United Union of Crafters. I am trying to design a non-alcoholic hot chocolate beverage. Every beverage has to have a type from one of the following:
absinthe(D) eggnog(M) whiskey(D)
ale(F) gin(D) rum(D)
beer(F) grog(F) vodka(D)
bourbon(D) juice(P) brandy(D)
buttermilk(M) kawhe(S) tea(S)
cider(F) lager(F) toddy(M)
cocktail(M) liqueur(D) vermouth(D)
cognac(D) mead(F) port(F)
cordial(P) milkshake(M) porter(F)
darkbrew(F) tequila(D) stout(F)
(D) = Distilled, (F) = Fermented, (M) = Mixed, (P) = Pressed, (S) = Steeped.
I tried a kawhe given I figured cacao beans getting steeped is close to it, but that was rejected. Feedback was:
THROUGHOUT: Hot chocolate kawhe doesn't make sense, there is no chocolate kawhe to be served hot or cold, chocolate is chocolate and kawhe is kawhe. This should be clear that it is a mix of hot chocolate and kawhe.
I guess I could try and specify more clearly that its a kawhe made using cacao beans instead of coffee beans? Any recommendations would be appreciated as I don't want to waste the crafter's guild's time with something that will just be rejected.