Tag: Cocktails

Yet Another Celebrity Backed Adult Beverage


This just in from The Wookie Research Center… Here is a list of adult beverages and their celebrity backers: Donald Trump’s  Trump Vodka Danny Devito’s Limoncello. Marilyn Manson’s  Mansinthe. Willie Nelson’s Old Whiskey River. Vince Neil’s Vince Vineyards and Tres Rios tequila. Lil Jon’s Little Jonathan Winery. Dr. Dre’s […]

Book Review – Boozehound by Jason Wilson


“When I was in school, I’d dreamed of becoming Ernest Hemingway. Now, I travel and drink and write about my traveling and drinking. Close enough, I guess – though likely closer to the paunchy, boozy, crazy late Hemingway than the younger, dashing one who ran with bulls.” – […]

What Do You Want For Christmas?


Over the past few years, my family has simplified the gift giving process. Instead of having to buy something for everyone, we now do a Pollyanna (aka Secret Santa for those of you that aren’t from the PA/NJ area) amongst the adults. There are a few rules: (1) […]

I’m Never Drinking Again!


After a hard night of drinking, we’ve all woken up the next morning and uttered the phrase “I’m never drinking again!”. At the very least we’ve all said that we’ll never drink <insert alcohol type that did you in here> again. Though they don’t involve a self-extracted tooth, […]

Who hit the fast forward button???


It’s after 9PM on a random Saturday night, when all the kiddies are fast asleep. Clear skies, comfortable temperatures, and no chance of rain. The “Is the bar open tonight?” text messages start flying: Wookie texts G-LO, G-LO texts The ROK, The ROK texts Limpd, and so on. By 10PM, […]

Booze Review – Aviation Cocktail


Let’s mix things up a bit and try a cocktail! Thanks to our friends at Esquire and The Twilight Lounge, I picked the Aviation Cocktail as my experiment for the evening. You can follow the links to their websites for a bit of Aviation Cocktail history. Here’s the […]

Booze Review – Root ‘N’ Stormy!


Two weeks ago, I picked up a bottle of Root, which is the modern interpretation of a Native American beverage called root tea. By the mid 1800s, root tea became increasingly complex and the alcohol content began to escalate. Once the Temperance Movement (aka No Fun MF’ers!) gained […]