Death in the Afternoon: Ernest Hemingway’s Signature Cocktail

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This morbidly named concoction was invented by none other than Ernest Hemingway, who suggested, “Drink three to five of these slowly” in a given session. Don’t do that. But do enjoy a couple. They’re intriguing and super easy to make.

See just how easy right here:

Ingredients |

  • 1.5 oz absinthe
  • Champagne, to top
Method |
  • Add absinthe to a Champagne flute.
  • Slowly top with Champagne.

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