1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
~TRE BARTENDER'S GUIDE AND - SONG BOOK
* Mix same as Manhattan Cocktail Use French Vermouth instead of ltal
MANHATTAN EXTRA DRY
One of the best before-dinner appetizers in the whole book. A real favorite with experienced quaffers everywhere.
* Half a mixing-glass full of fine ice Three dashes of Orengo Bitters One-half jigger of Plymouth Gin One-half jigger of French Vermouth Mix, strain into cocktail-glass Place an olive in the bottom and serv
Another old-timer deserving of an epitaph. Try three of these with head back, ears erect, and we'll bet you you're not thinking of MARGUERITE after it is all over! . ·-~ ..
MARTINI COCKTAIL NO. 1
MARTINIS have been favorites here and abroad for over 40 years. Their vogue began when Ve~mouth was first used in making a cocktail, and it has never wavered for a single moment. As an appetizer they rank among the first, and give a tang and zest to food that nothing else seems to equal. . • ••••
Half a mixing-glass full of fine ice Three dashes of 0ra8'o Bitten One-half jigger of Tom Gin One-half jiUer of Italian Vermouda A piece of Lemon Peel Mi.~, 1train intct cocktail glass
* Fill mixirig-g.Ioss half-full fine · ico · Add two dash.es Boker's Bitters One-half jigger Italian Vermouth One-half jigger Sherry Piece of Lemon Peel ··Mix and strain into cocktail glass
MARTINI COCKTAIL NO. 2
A M·artini without Gin. It is little known, but exceptionally good. The Sherry gives it an unusual flavor.
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