From caviar to Cap’n Crunch, the Capitals have filled the Stanley Cup with all kinds of delectable goodies. Over the weekend, Caps video coach Brett Leonhardt even turned the NHL’s championship trophy into a giant margarita glass.
Now, during the Cup’s first-ever visit to Denmark, Lars Eller gave Stanley something new for it to hold.
— Washington Capitals (@Capitals) August 8, 2018
The Stanley Cup was filled with Koldskål.
Literally translated to “cold bowl,” Koldskål is a traditional chilled Danish buttermilk soup served in the summertime. The little cookies in the Cup are not Cookie Crisp, but a sweet biscuit known as kammerjunker.
We can’t wait to see what gets eaten out of the Cup next!
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