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How To Make Frank Sintara’s Favorite Drink The Right Way


“I’m for anything that gets you through the night, be it prayer, tranquilizers, or a bottle of Jack Daniels.” -Frank Sinatra to Playboy (1963)

You might have grown up thinking, for some reason or another, that Frank Sinatra’s drink of choice would have been the classic martini. Gin, vermouth, olives. *BUZZ* Wrong.

According to his daughter, Tina Sinatra, and countless waiters and bartenders, Frank’s drink of choice was “Daniels” on ice. Not Jack like you might be calling it. Nope. It’s Daniels. Over ice. Oh and sip it with some class. You’re a man not a G-D DAMN FRAT BOY.

My grandpa Mel used to drink whiskey on ice until the day he died. No I’m not being hyperbolic. And when I miss him, like today, I have myself a little drink, over ice. And sip it, because I have class, just like Mel.


Oh, and if you want something other than Daniels, you can always indulge in red wine, from the Sinatra’s own winery. I know what I’m getting a few people for Christmas.

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Comments

  1. I most always have my Daniels over ice, and not mixed with soda like my wussy frat-boy partners!

  2. I most always have my Daniels over ice, and not mixed with soda like my wussy frat-boy partners!

  3. “I’m for anything that gets you through the night, be it prayer, tranquilizers, or a bottle of Jack Daniels.” What a great quote!! <3

  4. Kris Kristofferson says he got the idea for his song, “Help Me Make It through the Night,” from that Sinatra quote in playboy.