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Hot Totty

Hot Totty

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Artistic deconstruction of a classic Hot Totty. Bourbon, honey, lemon juice and cinnamon served hot on a snowy day.

The Story

I believe it was the Pink Door, all I remember was that the Seattle restaurant had a dark atmosphere and it was a cold day.

Seattle cold is far the worst cold out here. It's not as miserable as Chicago but it is dreary more life sapping than life threatening. Grey sheets of precipitating ennui.

I was in this restaurant as eating and drinking were the too biggest attraction in Seattle in winter. I wanted a cocktail but virtually every cocktail was served on ice. I asked the bartender for some spiced wine but they didn't have that special that day. They recommended a Hot Totty instead.

Years later I would no longer be in Seattle. There was good reason why I left the Emerald City for land where the buffalo roam. Still it was my home for 8 years. Economic and cultural changes have expunged a lot of what I loved about Seattle. However, I can take comfort in knowing that on a snowy day, I can have a Hot Totty besides the Rocky Mountains.

Specifications

All M. J. Star Creation products are printed in United States. Over 80% of products purchase are printed by local small business in the great state of Colorado. It's my goal for all my products to be made in Colorado by the end of 2023. #supportlocal

Museum Quality Print

  • Sunset Watercolor Textured Print
  • Museum-level quality
  • Printed on archival paper that lasts for decades
  • Printed by Boulder Fine Art Reproduction in Lafayette, Colorado

Aluminum Print

Printed on aluminum dibond looks amazing and lasts a lifetime. As it is light it is well-suited also for large formats and art pieces. Colors are highly saturated, even in large monochrome areas. The print is matte and glare-free. The white and bright areas have a faint silky gloss.

  • Matte and glare-free
  • Printed and shipped on demand
  • Printed by Scudder Press Thornton, Colorado

Canvas

  • Canvas frames are made of FSC® certified wood. When not available PEFC or equivalent.
  • 2-3 cm (0.8-1.2") thick frame
  • Shipped in protective packaging and strong boxes to ensure no damage during transportation.
  • Mounting kit included
  • Printed by Boulder Fine Art Reproduction in Lafayette, Colorado

Coaster

  • Made in USA
  • High-gloss polyester-coated top and excellent color vibrancy so you art looks great
  • 3.75″ X 3.75″
  • Genuine cork bottom finished
  • Printed by Both Sides Design in Mead, Colorado

Magnet

  • For indoor or outdoor use
  • Lightweight
  • Good for indoor and outdoor use
  • Printed by Scudder Press Thornton, Colorado

Greeting Card

  • Are 4" x 6" when closed
  • Are 8" x 6" when opened
  • Includes an envelope for each card
  • Blank inside so you can include what ever message you want
  • Printed by Scudder Press Thornton, Colorado

Shipping & Returns

All products made to order in the United States of America. After your order is placed, it can take 3-7 days to get a tracking number.

U.S.A.: Arrives in 5-12 days

Canada: Arrives in 7-20 days

Europe: Arrives in 7-20 days

Elsewhere: Arrives in 10-26 days

Shipping is free in the U.S.A. if you spend $50 or more.

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About the Artist

The only thing I enjoy more than eating Colorado food culture is drawing it.

I'm Jasmine Mann a.k.a M. J. Star. I moved to Colorado in 2019 and have been drawing digitally for almost 2 decades. In early 2022, I started drawing art that celebartes Colorado rich food and drink culture. I've been traveling the state going to various breweries, wineries, cideries, bars, and restaurants and turn what I try into vibrant art. My shop features all original art work draw on my mobile tablet. I go on site to eateries try their food and drinks and turn all of that into art that celebrates Colorado's blossoming local food culture.

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