''You cannot describe the taste of a Hemingway Daiquiri,'' Hemingway writes. ''You can only say that you drank and the Daiquiri was drunk. It is not at all like the taste of a normal Daiquiri. When you taste it you first feel it in your scrotum and it runs all the way up through your body.''
We presented our Daiquiri as a vast improvement on the sweet and slushy substance some might think of. We're levelling up again. Hemingway's version subs maraschino for simple syrup, with a mix of grapefruit and lime juice. The result is a little drier, a little more complex, and a delicious and drinkable cocktail.
What you need
- 2 oz. white rum
- 0.75 oz. fresh grapefruit juice
- 0.5 oz. fresh lime juice
- 0.5 oz. maraschino liqueur
- grapefruit twist for garnish
How it's made
Shake the rum, juices and maraschino with ice and strain into a coupe. Garnish with a grapefruit twist.