A Farewell to Hemingway

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2. March 2014 by swizzzlestick

According to Philip Greene To Have and Have Another Ernest Hemingway liked kirschwasser, a dry sherry brandy popular in Germany and the Alps. Hemingway´s friend Charles Baker published the Hemingway drink A Farewell to Hemingway, some sort of Kirsch Collins, in Volume 2 of the Gentleman´s Companion. Baker noted that they also liked a variation with raspberry syrup instead of cherry syrup. And this is the one I have done today and I enjoyed it a lot.

Ingredients

2 and 1/4 oz. Kirsch, 1/4 oz. Raspberry Syrup, Juice of 1 large Lime, Soda, garnish: Spiral Lime Peel

Preparation

Shake ingredients, except the soda, with ice, pour contents into a collins glass (note that I did not transfer the ice), drop in a spiral lime peel, and fill the glass nearly full with chilled soda.

A Farewell to Hemingway

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4 thoughts on “A Farewell to Hemingway

  1. boozeguru says:

    GAH!! And I *just* ran out of Kirschwasser! Looks and sounds TASTY!

  2. Sounds great. I also love the glass you use!

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