1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THE BARTENDER'S GUIDE AND SONG BOOK
BRANDY COCKTAIL, OLD FASHIONED
* Crush lump of sug r in a whiskey-glass, w ith s uffici ent hot water to cov er the sugar A dd one lump of ice Two dashes o f bit ters A small piece of lemon peel One jigger of brandy Sti r with sma ll bar-spoon. Serve leavint spoon in the glass * One-half part F r ench Vermouth One-half part Italian Vermouth T wo -parts Gin Jigger of orange juice Ice, shake and strain into a cocktail glass. ·Garnish with slice of orange
Like the regular old-fashioned, except that brandy is used in place of whiskey. Need we say more?
To a New Yorker this one means much, for the BRONX is very much a part of New York, being the name for an area of land just above the island of Manhattan. It now has a population of more than 2,000,000 people. We believe, however, that the name is taken from broncho because of the potency of this amber colored mixture. Many's the kick we've gotten out of it.
* One part of Italian Vermoutla One part Dry Gin One part of white of egg Two dashe11 of orange juice Shake well with ice
This one brings them down from the Heights in a hurry, believe us! With that white of egg to make them slide down smoothly-one minute you feel on top of the world, and the next you're taking a Steve Brodie into the gutter. We dare you l
* Half a jigger of Calisaya Half a jigger of Whiskey One small piece lemon peel Half a mixing glass of .6ne ioe Mix and strain into a cocktail glass
Calisaya is more or less of a memory in these prohibition days, but just for the sake of making this book complete, we give this one. If you are lucky enough to have these ingredients in your pre-war cellar, by all means try it.
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