The Obituary is an intriguing spin on a gin martini, probably getting its morbid name from the inclusion of absinthe (though a pastis like Pernod can be substituted). The result is a completely new drink; the introduction of an anise-y flavor highlights the aromatics already present in both gin and vermouth.\n
Death In The Afternoon
Death In The Afternoon: Champion drinker (and author) Ernest Hemingway claimed to have invented Death in the Afternoon, a combo of absinthe and Champagne, himself!
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The French Kiss: 1 ¼ shot of Pernod Absinthe 2 oz orange juice splash of grenadine Directions In a tall glass over ice, combine absinthe and orange juice. Top with a splash of grenadine, which will sink to the bottom to give this cocktail its distinct look. Garnish with a cherry.
Tremblement de Terre (The Earthquake)
Tremblement de Terre
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