“Weekend at Bernie’s” may depict an all-time classic house party — beaches, women, drinks, drugs, a dead host — but sometimes the Hollywood version can’t compete with the real thing.

With an epic turnout of what his campaign claims was over 100,000 people, Sen. Bernie Sanders proved that a Wednesday with Bernie is one heck of a party, too.

The Democratic presidential candidate from Vermont threw around 3,500 house parties simultaneously Wednesday night, bringing people from all across the country together via a live-streamed speech that hit on topics ranging from income inequality to Citizens United and Sandra Bland.

But the real star of the night might have been the Bernie Paloma, a custom cocktail made by Miguel Marcelino Herrera, a bartender at Barmini in Washington D.C., according to the New York Times.

“Paloma means dove, dove means soul, and Bernie’s got soul,” Herrera’s wife Manisha Sharma told the Times.

Herrera gave the recipe to the Times, and it features a Vermont staple — maple syrup.

So, for anyone looking to #FeelTheBern (from some tequila, that is) here is the recipe for that, per the New York Times:

The Bernie Paloma:

0.5 oz. Vermont maple syrup

0.5 oz. fresh lime juice

2 oz. fresh grapefruit juice

2 oz. silver tequila

Garnish: “salt air,” which is sea salt, lime juice, water and Sucro, emulsified with a hand blender.