Love ’em or loathe ’em, celebrities are easy targets, but they’re also a go-to source of inspiration when naming sandwiches or hairstyles or shades of lipstick. Or, of course, cocktails. Why a mixture of Maker’s Mark, peach liquor, peach nectar, and water constitutes the Matthew McConaughey ($10.50) at The Beehive (541 Tremont Street, Boston, 617.423.0069) or why the A-Roid ($11) at Bonfire (50 Park Plaza, Boston, 617.262.3473) depicts Alex Rodriguez’s drug habits with tequila and house-made spicy tomato juice (served up in a syringe, natch) isn’t important. Cultivate celebrity in a glass, make it taste good, and the giddy kitsch fiends will down this essence of notoriety by the martini glassful.
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