One of the best-known couples of the 1920s, Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald were one of the golden couples of the Jazz Age. Scott called Zelda “the first American flapper” and the couple seemed to embody the Roaring Twenties. They were the toast of New York and Paris, and infamous for their tempestuous marriage. Although there’s little doubt that they did care deeply for each other, their marriage was a rat king of jealousy and resentment and maybe some cruelty, with Scott going
Oscar Wilde - Full of brilliant, biting wit and hilarious criticism on human life, Oscar Wilde was an Irish poet, author, and playwright known for his foppish and elegant ways. The drink named after him would be best served in a martini glass and looks a bit like a mini Guinness. It's a sweetened shot of espresso shaken with iced, and optionally topped with whipped cream.