1878 American and other drinks


This charming potation is an American invention,and has become a great favourite in all warm climates. The Cobbler is now a popular drink with both patrician and plebeian, and requires but very little skill in compounding. But to make it acceptable to the eye as well as to the palate,it is necessary to display a certain degree of taste in dressing the glass after the beverage is made.



Use larre tumbler.

Two wine glasses of sherry; one table-spoonful ofsugar; two or three slices of orange. Fill a tumbler with shaved ice, shake well, and ornament with berries in season. Dash with port wine. Drink through a straw.

CHAMPAGNE COBBLER. n One Bottle ofChampagne tofour Goblets,


One table-spoonful of sugar; one piece each of orange and lemon-peel. Fill the tumbler one-third full with ice,and fill balance with Champagne. Ornament in a tasty manner with berries in season. This beverage should be sipped through a straw.

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