1895 Modern American drinks; how to mix and serve all kinds of cups and drinks
MODERN AMERICAN DRINKS.
Sauterne Cobbler. One tablespoonful fine sugar dissolved in a long thin glass with a little water ; fill the glass with fine ice, add two jiggers sauterne. Mix. Orna- ment with fruits in season. Sip with straws. Sherry Cobbler No. 1. Fill an eight-ounce glass full of fine ice, add one teaspoonful gum-syrup, two jiggers sherry. Mix well. Trim with fruit. Serve with straws. Sherry Cobbler No. 2. Half a mixing-glass full fine ice, one tablespoon- ful fine sugar, one and a half jigger sherry wine. Shake well. Serve in a long thin glass with straws. Trim with fruit. Whiskey Cobbler. Prepare the same as Brandy Cobbler, substitut- ing whiskey for brandy. Absinthe Cocktail. Fill a mixing-glass half -full of fine ice, add one dash gum-syrup, one dash Peyschaud or Angostura bitters, one pony absinthe, one pony water. Mix well. Strain into cocktail glass; add a piece twisted lemon -peel.
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