1888 The Police Gazette Bartenders Guide by Richard K Fox


John Collins' Gin. E xtra lm·ge lim· []lass.

One tablespoon s ugat". About live dashes lemon juice. One wine-glass gin. Five or six small bits or ice. One bottle plain soda. MLx well, remove the ice, and servo. Golden Slipper. .A wine glass. One-half wine-glass Chartreuse (yellow). One yolk of an egg. One-half wine-glass Danziger goldwasser.

This Is a favorite with American In.dies, much relished. Be cui-oful when preparing t his beverage not to disturb the yolk of the egg. Hari-Karl. Make a whiskey sour la rge enough to half fill a brandy glass or tumbler when s trained, and fill with selLzur or vichy to s uit the ~arty. Dress with fruits in season.

Half and Half. Use metal or stone liar mug. Mix haH old and half new ale together.

This Is t he American method. Hot Rum.

Use medium liar glass, hot. Take one small teaspoonful of powdered sugar. One wine-glass Jamaica rum.

One piece or sweet butter as large as half a chestnut. Dissolve the sugar in a little boiling water, arid the rum and butter, fill the glass two.thirds full of boiling water, stir, grate a little nutmeg on top and serve.

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