1895 Modern American drinks; how to mix and serve all kinds of cups and drinks
MODERN AMERICAN DRINKS.
Ammonia, Soda, and Seltzer. Same as ammonia and seltzer, mixing a small bar-spoonful of bicarbonate of soda in the drink before imbibing. Archbishop. Dissolve in a mixing-glass one-half tablespoonful fine sugar in a little water, the juice of quarter of a lemon, fill glass half-full fine ice, add one jigger port wine, two dashes Jamaica rum. Shake well. Serve in long thin punch-glass on ice with straws. Trim with fruit in season.
made from the juice obtained from the There is another kind made from That which is imported from Japan is con-
sidered the best.
Appetizer. A mixing-glass half-full fine ice; add three dashes absinthe, three dashes pepsin bitters, one jigger French vermouth. Shake well, strain, and serve. Barley Water. One tablespoonful pearl barley to two quarts water. Put on fire and boil two minutes; strain
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