Cocktail Cabinet No.41

Death in The Afternoon

13th March, 2016
Death in The Afternoon

We have encountered Ernest Hemingway several times in our cocktail travels, his witty commentaries on cocktail culture and the recipes that appear in fiction. In fact, there are entire books dedicated to Hemingway’s cocktails. One such book, entitled So Red The Nose, Breath in The Afternoon, is out of print since around 1935, but you can source a copy in good condition for just upwards of $1,000.

The book kicks off with Death in the...

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