1888 Bartender's Manual by Theodore Proulx (Revised Edition)

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The present work is intended as an effort to make the occupation of a bartender a "science and an art," to keep pace with this great world of improvement, without a superfluity of words. Having been so favorably received with my first edition of the "Bartenders' Manual," I have concluded to cast a revised edition upon the (Nights of Bar) containing a complete extract of my theory, studi€s, practice and experience behind the bar. I also wish to mention that it is with great pleasure that I thank the gentlemen who so kindly volunteered many new drinks, and also reminded me of many drinks which otherwise I would never have thought of. This little work contains the whole secret of bar– tending. Everything is clearly and simply expressed and with as little superfluity of names or phrases as possible. There are directions for making all ·the fancy and popular saloon beverages known in America. Should some customer (stranger, perhaps,) chance to

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