1879 Drinks and how to make them by Yeatman & Co


From ‘‘The Lancet.”—June 14th “ Calisayine Cocktail Bitters. 119, New Bond-street.)—This is a powerfull and agreeable tonic. It well-known Calisaya bark, but is artfully Many recipes for its use are given, have tried certainly yielded pleasant drinks.” 1 Yeatman’s Calisayine Bitters are s exhibited at the Agricultural Hall. liqueur bitters were approved of by all who fe and the syrup made with this and milk, soda-water, was the sensational drink of the ex “Morning Advertiser,” October Passing to the wholesale department of tie Exh where the tasting stalls are situate, the the visitor on entrance is a very sugg though being at the beginning would se;m very end of the show, for it is the establsment is termed the “ Prince of pick-me-ups,’ tion consists of what is certainly a vey as we understand, wholesome productim, kno very Yankee-sounding title of Y Bitters.” The priority claimed for than not only pleasant to the taste, but an one possible tonics, the cocktail bitters l)eing the choicest tonic barks. These bitters a every kind of drink, and administered in most delicious beverage. 18 From “The Times.”—October

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