ORANGE QUININE. Draw 1 ounce of ora nge syrup into a n 8-ou1:ce glass, add two shakes of q uinine bitters fi cm phosphate bottle, fi ll up with soda water, withou t foam, and serve with a preserved glace C'herry . PI~EAPPLE-LEl\[Ol\ ADE FLIPS. Draw 1 ounce of pine-apple a nd 1 ounce of lemon syrup into shaker, a nd add 2 ounces of rich cream, fill up until nearly full with iced soda water; pour from shaker into a 12-ounce glass wi th a nice foam– ing head, and serve with a slice of lemon or orange ; J1andle quickly and stir well, or this drink will curdle.
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