You want to write like Hemingway? Then you need to DRINK like Hemingway! And that means you need a Papa Doble… Here’s how we make it at the Benbow Inn.
Whiskey, cream, and maple syrup — like getting kicked and kissed at the same time!
Seriously, unless you’ve been shot, you probably shouldn’t drink this. But, if you have been shot, you might want a double.
You’ve got to have patience for this one, but it’s worth the wait!
This is better than it sounds. And don’t go cheap on the Vodka — Top Shelf Only!
This classic has been getting writers drunk since 1850 — and don’t you dare punk out on the absinthe!
The Dark and Stormy, beloved of mariners and the national drink of Bermuda.
When a Moscow Mule isn’t enough, make a play for the Dublin Donkey.
Sometimes you just want something fruity that can still kick your ass.
This drink was named after the psycho plant in Little Shop of Horrors, not after the actress.