1895 Modern American drinks; how to mix and serve all kinds of cups and drinks
MODERN AMERICAN DRINKS.
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Bicarbonate of Soda. One small bar-spoonful of bicarbonate of soda in a medium-sized glassful of plain water or seltzer (this is an excellent stomach-settler). Black Stripe. One teaspoonful molasses, one small lump ice, one jigger Jamaica, Medford, or St. Croix rum. Mix well in small bar-glass. Serve. Bishop. A long thin punch-glass half-full fine ice, the juice of quarter of a lemon, the juice of half an orange, one dash Jamaica rum, two jiggers Bur- gundy, one tablespoonful fine sugar. Mix well, fill the glass with seltzer, ornament with fruit. Serve straws. Blue Blazer. One lump of sugar dissolved with a little hot water in a mug; add one jigger of Scotch whis- key. Ignite this mixture. Take another mug and pour from one to the other several times, giving it the appearance of a streak of blue fire. Serve in hoVdrink glass. Add a piece twisted lemon-peel and a little grated nutmeg.
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