1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THE BARTENDER'S GUIDE AND SONG BOOK
* Use two small Pewter or Silver Muga One teaspoonful Powdered Sugar One wineglass Old Mull Ignite the mixture end while blazing pour several times from one mug to other Serve with a twisted Lemon Peel on the top
Heyl Heyl It would be just like an American to want this one. And what a blaze it puts inside of you! If we could only sip from some mugs like that. . ·-· ... Here's to you, New Yorker. Official welcomer for the nation. Official entertainer for the nation. Always in good spirits, you generally end up by making us wish we'd never met you. . ·-· ..
* One teaspoonful fine sugar Juice of half a Lemon One jigger Pure Rye Whiskey
THE NEW YORKER
Fill with ioe, stir w.ell, strain into sour glass, Boat a little claret on top, and servo
This one comes from the manager of that famous old hotel, "La Plage" at Etretat, France. Why he calls it OHIO we don't know. Probably thinks OHIO is an Indian yell, or something. And with cause enough, too I See if you can keep· si– lent, after a quick internal bath with this charm– ing stomach-kick.
One-fourth liqueur glasa Orange Bitter• One-half wineglau Peter Dawson One-half wineglass Italian Vermouth Ice, strain and servo
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