1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THE BARTENDER'S GUIDE AND SONG BOOK
* A mixing-glau half.foll of fine ice Two dashes of gum syrup
We weep to think of this one as it used to be shoved in front of us at the old vValdorf Bar when the big German bartender with the walrus– mustache said, "Two or three dashes of bitters, sir?" This prohibition will be the end of us yet.
Two dashes Peyschaud or Boker's BitteTS One jigger of Brandy
~foe and strain into cocktail glass Add n piece of twisted lemon peel
* Fill a mixing-glass half-full of fine ice Add three dashes of maraschino Add two dashes of Peyschaud or Boker's bitters One jigger brandy One dash of orange bitters . Mix and strain into cocktail glass, the nm of ~·hich bas been moistened with a piece of lemon dipped in powdered sugar
BRANDY COCKTAIL, FANCY
Every tea party used to be a success, if this one ':7as known and you were lucky enough to have the in– gredients. Women cried for it-and because of it. And being only mere men, we were human too. ......
And We Rambled
And ~e rambled, we nrmbled, We rambled all around, ]IJ and .out of tow11, We rambl.ed, we rambled, We rambled till the butcher cut UI
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