This Way Out

Make your­self a Papa Doble.

Esquire (Philippines) - - THIS WAY IN -

At a bar called El Floridita in Ha­vana, a bronze statue of Ernest Hem­ing­way can be found by the cor­ner he used to fre­quent. His usual drink was the Papa Doble: two shots of rum and lots of zest. Like much of his writ­ing, it slaps you in the face but tastes like a dream.

PAPA DOBLE

2 oz white rum ½ oz fresh lime juice 1 tsp fresh grape­fruit juice 1 tsp Maraschino liqueur

Shake well with ice and pour onto a glass. Gar­nish with lime peel.

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