What’s wrong, Loolea? Do you feel like talkin’? How can I help?
Oh! I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth
And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings;
Sunward I’ve climbed, and joined the tumbling mirth
Of sun-split clouds, — and done a hundred things
You have not dreamed of — wheeled and soared and swung
High in the sunlit silence. Hov’ring there,
Oh my gosh. I never would of thought Spirit would be made into an ACTUAL BEVERAGE. Ok, my younger fans, quick note. I don’t normally drink if ever. I usually save it for special occasions if anything. My uncle and a few others have gotten into accidents due to alcohol, so its not the completely cool thing to do and should be done in a responsible manner.
But ahhhh the poem is really cute and perfect for Spirit and its an interesting twist to a fanart of sorts! Thanks again Rusty!
It is always nice to be properly thanked for one’s hard work.
((Full comic reblogged with permission, THIS IS AWESOME SPIRIT AAAAA Rusty looks so adorable with his little “Oh <3”))
It’s why I said I’ve have to take a look at my schedule, to make sure I can fit you in some time!
I sure do! The drink I’ve got in mind for you is suitable for everyone from Rags to Royalty. With one of the most unique mixes around, a sweet taste, a smooth finish, and an all-around ease of production, the drink I’d recommend to you, Highness, is a White Russian.
A White Russian (Hereafter known as a Full Moon Luna)
- 2 oz Stolichinaya
- 1 oz Kahlua
- Chilled Rocks Glass
- Place ice in glass
- Pour Vodka and Kahlua over ice.
- Fill glass with Cream
You’ve just made a White Russian!
They’re dang easy to make, tasty as hell, and, well…
Keep sending in suggestions as to who you’d like to see made into a drink, and Stay Thirsty, my friends!
Yup! My mornings are spent doing prep-work around the bar, cleaning, tending to my infusions, maintaining my cocktail garden, and checking the stills.
I’ll have to check my schedule!
199 proof neutral grain spirit is still bonkers. I use it for a few infusions, since you can denature the hell out of it and still have the same alcoholic proof.
Try the Drunk Celestia. It’s based off of the Warp Core Breech from The Star Trek Experience in Las Vegas, and is served in a glass the size of a basket-ball.