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Rumored to be Ernest Hemingway’s drink of choice during the Key West years, the drink is expectedly heavy on booze, light on sugar and strong enough to impress.

Cocktail of the Week: Hemingway Daiquiri

July 31st, 2015

Rumored to be Ernest Hemingway’s drink of choice during the Key West years, the drink is expectedly heavy on booze, light on sugar and strong enough to impress.

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