1895 Modern American drinks; how to mix and serve all kinds of cups and drinks



Add one pound of sugar to each quart of juice ob- tained ; allow it to cool, then freeze. Raspberry Water Ice. Is made in the same manner as strawberry, sub- stituting raspberries. Water Ice. Three oranges, three lemons, and two pounds of sugar are to be used for each half-gallon of water. Cut the fruit into quarters, leaving the peels on, mash or crush well in a jar or tub; squeeze through a strainer; mix the juice obtained with the water and sugar thoroughly, then freeze. Bonanza Punch. Five quarts of water, four arid a half pounds of fine sugar, the juice of twelve lemons and three oranges, one can pineapple, one-half pint of Tom gin and one pint of Rhine wine. Grate the rinds of three lemons and two oranges into a bowl, add- ing the juice of all. Put two quarts of water, two pounds of fine sugar, and the juice of pine- apple on the fire and make a hot syrup of it. Pour this on the grated rinds and juice to draw flavor. Chop the pineapple very fine, and add to the mixture. Mix and strain all into freezer, add remainder of sugar, water; add gin and wine, and freeze. 8

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