I found this old mini fridge at the dump. It still had old sticky-notes attached to most of the oddly-shaped drawers.
Any idea what was kept in the bottom drawer?
Since there is a lateral-thinking tag, is it possible that the bottom drawer contained
ice, to go along with the alcohol from drawers above it?
@Marc Zominy and @Phil H have also found that
the alcohols in the post-it notes form a map of the world in terms of countries of origin of the alcohols in the fridge, implying that the bottom drawer contains something from Antarctica (in which there is lots of ice!)
I think I got it.
Here's my try on the lateral thinking process:
Seems like the notes are arranged on an invisible world map centered on europe: Bourbon is from NA, Cachaça is from SA, Champagne is from France Europe, Vodka from Russia so Eastern Europe/Asia, Akpeteshie is from Africa, Foster is from Australia
So the reasoning leads to:
An alcohol from Antarctica? I'm looking for it but didn't find yet. Or maybe then, it's the ice, as Antarctica is full of it but I can't find no typical alcohol from down there ;)
Edit: So I'll join El-Guest who had the same answer before me, but I add a piece of reasoning.
I think the bottom drawer contains
Ice or snow
The post-its roughly map to the countries from which the beverages derive, making the bottom drawer Antarctica
A possible alternative is