This is a great thing to try, and done across many cultures. Check out our colonial ancestors’ fondness for flip, which is a mixture of stout, rum, and molasses with a red-hot iron stuck into the glass until the steaming and sputtering stops. The iron is a fireplace poker with a bulb on the end called a loggerhead. So when an argument ends up at loggerheads, it calls to mind our ancestors settling an argument by pulling red-hot loggerheads out of the tavern fire and trying to beat each other over the heads with said items until the argument is complete.
Of course, the rum and molasses came from the fine sugar islands of the Carribean (probably including Bonaire).