1879 Drinks and how to make them by Yeatman & Co

part of Calisayine Bitters ; then, with th carefully down the side a second part Maraschino a third part brandy. Hold u stripes ; drink, and you’ll see stars.

No. 11. [After Coffee, the followvng i& charming.)

“ Thou art a scholar ; let us therefore eat Marian, I say !—a stoop of wine .”—Twelfth Nig A liqueur glass, equal parts, all well sayine Bitters, Curacoa, Maraschino, an lightfully refreshing to the palate. The above may be varied by using any lique Chartreuse, Kummel, Noyeau, Anniseed, No. 12.—Sherry and Bitte “ Faith, sir, we were carousing till the sec and drink, sir, is a great provoker of thr Macbeth, ii. 3. Add a quarter of a teaspoonful or more, taste, of Calisayine Bitters to a wine-glass of put in a piece of ice, if desired. No. 13.—Bum Punch. “ Go, brew me a pot of sack, finely.’’—ilferry of Windsor, iii. 5, Equal parts Santa Cruz rum and Jamaica rum alone), add a dash or two Calisayine six parts water, lemon and sugar to suit taste.


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