But before this weekend, I'd never tried the one cocktail that Hemingway himself invented. It's named Death in the Afternoon, after his famous nonfiction account of traditional Spanish bullfighting.
Appropriately, the classic cocktail contains little more than champagne with a splash of the most legendary bohemian spirit of all, absinthe. The end result? A strong, stiff drink, perfect for the most tormented of writers. Feeling the need for one yourself? Then read more.
1 oz. absinthe (recommended: use a slightly sweet brand of absinthe, such as Lucid)
- Pour absinthe into a champagne glass. Top with champagne and stir to combine.
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