As you may or may not already know, Hemingway was a bit of a writer 😏 and a bit of a drinker. He could apparently pack away 10 or more of these lovelies whenever the feeling struck him.
You have to be pretty impressive to not only have the drink but also the double named in your honor (Papa Doble).
Take the time to savor this classic cocktail and let it transport you to the 1930’s when men still dressed up to leave the house, women were still rocking shoulder pads and a diabetic writer was making a name for himself in a little Havana bar called The Floridita.
A perfect cocktail for low temperatures and nights out in the city with that double-breasted winter peacoat you’ve been dying to wear.
There’s not much better than a glass of melted butter mixed with your favorite golden spirit. This drink was the result of colonial New Englander’s habit of putting rum in everything.
It just so happens, this combo actually taste good.
This version was created out of a Boston cocktail bar in Hawthorne, and makes the winter warmer with the all-important addition of ice cream and black tea.
The Recipe: Serves 18-20 Glassware: Mugs or Rocks