Hemingway (aka Death in the Afternoon)

"Hemingway published this cocktail in Esquire."
 
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Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
2
Serves:
1
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ingredients

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directions

  • Pour the Pernod into a champagne glass, then add the champagne.

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  1. Mommy Diva
    I found this on the Pernod website along with a few more great recipes- 1 part Pernod to 5 parts champagne - sounds great! I look forward to trying it!!
     
  2. becky watkins
    Gay, This sounds terrific!!! Especially to be bringing in the New Year!! LOL I am going to SC for New Year's Eve to visit 2 of my 3 sons and I am going to definetly make this!!!! I rarely get to see them so we will definetly be partying. Thank you so much!! love, Becky
     
  3. ncmysteryshopper
    Loved it!!! I usually drink absinthe with a sugar cube and ice water - It was great with champagne!! My two loves combined... It is perkier, if that is a word and the champagne smooths the absinthe. I am in heaven! And way easier to put together then dragging out the fountain and spoons!! I will use this recipe a lot! Thanks for sharing Hemingway's recipe! A toast to you on your day!
     
  4. Samuel Holden
    The last time I had absinthe I ended up swimming naked at an internet get-together, along with 25 other people. Singing untill losing my voice at 6 AM, and drinking Absolut Vodka from the bottle as if it were Water! I must try this drink sometime :) *LOL*
     
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