Hemigway's Way Mr. Hemingway was a better drinker (and a much better author) than he was a bartender. “Will you have a drink?” I held out the flask. “Hemingway is my name.” (from Hemingway’s Green Hills of Africa). There are some cocktails devoted to Ernest:
Death In The Afternoon Pour 1 jigger of Pernod absinthe into a champagne glass. Add iced champagne until it attains the proper opalescent milkiness (we recommend 1 ½ oz Pernod absinthe, along with about 4 oz Perrier-Jouet Champagne or Piper Sonoma Brut). Hemingway Gin and Tonic 2 oz Hendrick’s or Plymouth gin 4 oz tonic water 2 dashes Angostura bitters Make in glass, garnish w/lime wedge
Hemingway Tom Collins 2 oz Hendrick’s or Plymouth gin 1 oz lime juice 4 oz coconut water 2 dashes Angostura bitters Make in glass with ice, garnish with lime wedge
Bacardi 8 Hemingway 50 ml Bacardi 8 25 ml fresh lime juice 10 ml fresh grapefruit juice 10 ml maraschino liqueur Shake vigourously with a lot of cracked ice. Serve in a tumbler or cocktail glass. Wow! Extremely interesting sour-rum taste. You should also try the double rum version!
Happy Hemingway 2 oz grapefruit juice 1 oz light rum ½ oz maraschino liqueur ½ oz simple syrup dash Angostura 1½ oz champagne Shake all but champagne vigorously with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Top with champagne and garnish with a grapefruit or lemon twist. Recipe taken from websitehere.
Hemingway Cocktail (variety) 2 oz Citrus rum 1/2 oz Marischino liquor (sour cherry) 1 oz Fresh citrus juice (lemon/lime) 1 tsp Sugar Add ingredients to cocktail shaker and ice. Shake well. Strain into sugar rimmed martini glass.