1930 Shake'Em up by Virginia Elliott and Phil D. Stong


For the boy who, after one drink, wants to drink all the liquor he can hold and then pour any possible surplus in his hair, the wise host will construct and place in a conspicuous part of the kitchen, The Bottle For a Certain Pur pose. This consists of 10 per cent non-alcoholic alcohol,two drops gin extract, aqua pura to fill. Mix in the most obvious gin bottle available. By the time your guest is avid enough to in vade the kitchen he won't know the difference. A shot or two of tabasco will make this even more deceptive, but leave the bottle uncorked until the peppery smell departs.


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