Literature’s Greatest Fictitious Cocktails: 6 inventive libations

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Writers have a long and complicated history with alcohol (see John Cheever or F. Scott Fitzgerald for further info), which may be why, when faced with the task of writing about alcoholic beverages, they pull out all the creative stops.

Inventing a cocktail allows authors to be as hyperbolic as they would like to be when describing the taste and the…

Bram Stoker Award-nominated freelance magazine writer and independent researcher with particular interests in silent film, horror, pop culture, and history.

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