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Iana Benjamin
Jax Daily Record Monday, Dec. 28, 201512:00 PM EST

Bar Bulletin question: If snow was a flavor, what would it be?


"If snow was a flavor ... I’d want it to be rainbow sherbet. Can that be considered a flavor? Why? Easy, I’d get three flavors for the price of one. Additionally, each bit of snow would taste different. I’m all for maximizing my flavor returns. I was tempted to go with Rocky Road, but I would be concerned if snow became the texture of marshmallows or nuts."

Jason Love

Office of the Public Defender


"I guess I would say coconut or pineapple flavor so the snow would remind me of summer.

I’m not a winter girl."

S. Cortney Sedighi

Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP


If snow were a flavor, it would have to be mangoes. To me, mangoes are the best fruit ever. I would love that when snow falls, mango flavored flakes pour down from the sky. I would go outside and eat to my heart’s content.

Iana Del Benjamin

Darlington Jordan Law, P.A.


"I would choose a mix of all available flavors, commonly known to little leaguers as a suicide. It’s been my favorite snow cone flavor since T-ball, so why shouldn’t it be my go-to snow flavor as well?"

John W. Wallace

Moseley, Prichard, Parrish, Knight & Jones, P.A.

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