Death in the Afternoon is an absinthe-based anise-flavored welcome drink. Death in the Afternoon, or "Hemmingway champagne", was invented by Ernest Hemmingway.
Absinthe is originally from Switzerland in the late 1800s, but became popular in the Paris artistic community at the turn of the century. It was spoken as the "green fairy" and created hallucinations.
4 cl are absent
Champagne or other sparkling wine
Pour absinthe into a well-cooled champagne glass, slowly fill up with sparkling wine and serve.
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