Humpday Giveaway is Back: Win a $1,500 Blendtec Stealth Blender

One lucky Barista Magazine blog reader will win the top-of-the-line Blendtec Stealth Commercial Blender, valued at $1,500, this week

Happy Humpday, folks! Our popular online contest is back! Welcome to another round of Barista Magazine’s Humpday Giveaway our occasional trivia contest for fun and prizes!

Today is a very special day for you Humpday Giveaway players: We’re kicking off a huge prize week!  Recognized as one of the very best manufacturers of commercial as well as home blenders on the planet, Blendtec is generously offering up their top product ”the Stealth 875 Commercial Blender ”for one of you lucky readers to win. This blender retails for $1,500 ”and professional chefs and cafe owners agree that it’s worth every penny.

Look at this baby! The Blendtec Stealth 875 Commercial Blender is blend-tastic ”and it can be yours for playing Humpday Giveaway this week!
Look at this baby! The Blendtec Stealth 875 Commercial Blender is blend-tastic ”and it can be yours for playing Humpday Giveaway this week!

So let’s get to the nitty gritty about this blender, shall we? Why’s it called Stealth, you ask? Because even though it’s regarded as the very most powerful commercial blender in existence, the Stealth is also the quietest blender out there. It has a thick plastic hood that snaps on and off in one easy hand stroke, making it possible for you to chat with customers even while making their delicious coffee blended drinks.

In fact, blended drinks are a breeze on the Stealth. You should try all kinds of ingredients, because with its 3.8 horsepower motor, the Stealth is ready to whip together whatever beverages or food items you want to throw at it. You can store tons of recipes in the Stealth ”there are 42 preprogrammed cycles, as well as a USB port, so you can use the online BlendWizard program to create custom drink recipes.

The Stealth is as pro and sleek as they come, from the 11-speed capacitive touch slider, which provides precision speed control, to the pulse button that adds a burst of power, to the overall sexy look of the thing. Yes, a blender can be sexy.
The Stealth is as pro and sleek as they come, from the 11-speed capacitive touch slider, which provides precision speed control, to the pulse button that adds a burst of power, to the overall sexy look of the thing. Yes, a blender can be sexy.

This thing is nothing less than totally rad. You want it, don’t you? So how’s about you try to win it?

In the spirit of the Blendtec Stealth 875 Commercial Blender,  we’re taking our trivia question from the “Blended Drinks” installment of our “New Adventures In Cold Brew” series in Barista Magazine. This column appears in the current issue, April + May, which you can read online for free by going to the  digital magazine.

Your chance to win the Blendtec Stealth 875 Commercial Blender lies in this article in the current issue of Barista Magazine, April+May 2015.
Your chance to win the Blendtec Stealth 875 Commercial Blender lies in this article in the current issue of Barista Magazine, April+May 2015.

 

Now here’s the caveat. This blender can  only be shipped to U.S. addresses. So for all of  our great international readers, we have  a different prize  for you:  a one-year subscription (or renewal) to Barista Magazine  and  a Barista Magazine snapback hat!

Humpday Giveaway Rules:

”Answer the trivia question by referencing our latest issue (April + May  2015).  You can read it  online for free here!

”Leave  YOUR ANSWER  plus your  FIRST and LAST NAMES, as well as  YOUR COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE, in the blog comments section.  

”Answers may be submitted between  6  a.m. PDT on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 through 5 p.m PDT on Thursday, May 14, 2015.

”The names of those who submitted the correct answer will be entered into a drawing, and  Barista Magazine  will randomly select a  winner, which will be announced on Friday, May 15 , 2015 at 9 a.m. PDT  right here on the  Barista Magazine  blog.

Ready to get to the game? Here goes!

QUESTION: What is the name of the blended cold-brew coffee drink Levi Andersen made for  Barista Magazine to share with readers?

Think you know the answer? Type it into the comments section below, along with your first and last names, and your city and state or country of residence for international submissions.

Thanks for playing, everyone, and a big thank you to Blendtec for donating this amazing prize!

So be sure to come back on Friday to check and see if you won! And thanks for reading the Barista Magazine blog!

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165 Comments

  1. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew is the coffee drink that Levi Andersen created for Barista Magazine. Thank you for the opportunity to win the Blendtec Stealth 875 Commercial Blender.

    Tom H.
    Charlotte, NC

  2. Se llama … turkish hazelnut blended cold brew.
    Flower mound , texas!

    Carlos Palacio

  3. The answer to your question is:
    “Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew” 🙂

  4. From the cold brew section, the Turkish-inspired drink is called a Chilly Goats. It is a magical blend that was aided in part by the delectable coffee blends of the Batdorf and Bronson’s company. It is a cold brewed coffee drink that uses Brazilian beans, a vanilla smoothie mix and DaVinci gourmet Turkish hazelnut syrup.

    Thank you guys for offering such an incredible gift! I never win these things, but I keep trying!

    Lauren Graham
    Reno, NV USA.

  5. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew,
    Chris Culmone
    Franklin Square, Ny

  6. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew
    T. Benjamin Fischer
    Milwaukee, WI USA

  7. Trevor Saracino
    Turkish hazelnut blended cold brew
    Olive Avenue Market Redlands, CA 92346

  8. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew

    🙂 fingers crossed for this beauty!

    New Stanton, PA
    USA

  9. Wow look at that!!! the Big Train Vanilla Smoothie base is there to add some dairy flavor, but mostly so the drink has gumming systems and fats to help it stand up with anamazing texture. Without those sugars/gums/fats the ice is very crystalized and chunky, it also melts down faster. The Turkish Hazelnut is really from Turkey by the way, and doesnt get in the way of the coffee’s flavor 🙂

  10. Sorry…

    Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew

    Joe Marrocco
    Saint Paul,
    Minnesota

  11. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew

    Good luck coffee nerds!

    Mohammed Allawala
    San Antonio, Texas

  12. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew

    Angela Billings
    Charlotte, NC USA

  13. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew!

    Stephen Lee
    Los Angeles, California

  14. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew 😉

    Tammy Merrill
    Spokane, WA

  15. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew! I love Hazelnut flavored coffee, that’s what I’m drinking right now! Good luck everyone! 😊 Cynthia Fannin Oak Hill West Virginia

  16. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew.

    -William Beckley
    Portland, OR (USA)

  17. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Coldbrew Chilly Goat
    Noe Cisneros
    Denair, CA USA

  18. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew

    -Diana Mnatsakanyan
    Charlotte, NC USA

    <3

  19. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Coldbrew with Brazilian Stone Creek Coffee

    Cheers
    Kristyn Wade
    Denver, Colorado
    USA

  20. Turkish hazelnut blended cold brew

    Jannah Dickson
    Auckland
    New Zealand

  21. The drink name was Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew. Rachel Bullen Arlington, VA USA

  22. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew – which by the way sounds so delicious and if I eventually give in to a frozen coffee beverage this may why

  23. At Batdorf & Bronson, that Turkish hazelnut blended cold brew is called ‘Chilly Goat’. I’m not sure how concoction and goat equate though. It doesn’t appear the Chilly Goat has a ‘recipe’ … vanilla smoothie mix seems like cheating a bit but coffee smoothie …..ok I’ll shut up now.

  24. The Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew
    alicia szemon
    chagrin falls, Oh USA

  25. Turkish hazelnut blended cold brew
    Nicolas Wyseure
    West – Vlaanderen
    Belgium

  26. I think he made the Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew.

    Thank you, hope I’ll win, I love your magazine!!!!

    Cheers!

    Anu from Lyon, France

  27. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew!
    Thank you!
    Sharon L. Baker
    St Paul, MN

  28. Turkish Hazelnut Blended cold brew

    Jose Bustos-Arriaga

    Arlington Virginia

  29. Oh you know, the Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brrrrrew! Serious score to the winner. Thanks for the opportunity to participate! If we win, we will most definitely ring the mountain bells and invite our pals over for all things blended.

    Sarah Richmond
    Black Mountain, NC.
    USA

  30. Turkish Blended Hazelnut Cold Brew, using Stone Creek Coffee’s Farm to Cup Brasil coffee, Big Trains’ Vanilla Smoothie mix, DaVinci Gourmet Single origin Turkish Hazelnut syrup.

    Joaquin Garcia
    USA

  31. Turkish Blended Hazelnut Cold Brew, using Stone Creek Coffee’s Farm to Cup Brasil coffee, Big Trains’ Vanilla Smoothie mix, DaVinci Gourmet Single origin Turkish Hazelnut syrup.

  32. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew
    Harry Wolansky
    Ocean County, New Jersey
    Mobile Cafe in New Jersey serving Cold brew at concerts/festivals/events
    I would love to win this blender – it would be perfect for the business!
    Business Instagram – HarrisonsCoffee

  33. Turkish hazelnut blended cold brew
    Eduardo Rodriguez
    Monterrey, Mexico

  34. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew

    Daniel O’Donley

    Stauf’s Coffee Roasters
    Columbus, OH

  35. Turkish hazelnut blended cold brew.
    BTW, we Have a Blendtec (LOVE IT) but its about 5 years old, still works awesome, but we would LOVE a new one 🙂

    Heather Delia
    Utica Coffee Roasting
    Utica NY

  36. Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew!

    Arlene McCloud
    Siloam Springs, AR

  37. The drink name was Turkish Hazelnut Blended Cold Brew. Josh Moxon USA, Louisville KY

  38. Chilly Goats! It’s Batdorf & Bronson’s signature summer beverage. – Sharice Carpenter Cranston, RI

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