1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THE BARTENDER'S GUIDE AND SONG BOOK
* One lump sugar dissolved in One-fourth glass water Two dashes Angostura Bitten One jigger Rye One piece of ice One piece of Lemon Peel Stir-serve
A recipe direct from the famous Manhattan Club of New York. If you don't know this one, you just "ain't edjicated.1'
* One lump Sugar dissolved in Water Four sprigs of Mint Two ounces of Rye Whiskey
OLD-FASHIONED MINT SMASH
Years ago the states surrounding Kentucky were so jealous of its astounding popularity caused by the Mint Julep that they got together and con– cocted this one. It was the real reason for the panic of 1907. Everybody just let business go for SMASH!
Add Ice and shake well Add a bit of Mint on top
* One teaspoonful Anisette One-half green Stripe One-half Italian Vermouth
OLD MAN COCKTAIL •
Mr. C. Pasquil, head Waiter at the Grand Hotel de. la Paix,. -:\lbert, Somme, France, the starting point for v1s1tors to the Battlefields, sends in this one. Our hats are off to you, Mr. Pasquil. "Have another, OLD MAN I"
Shake well and serve with t"ist of or1111ie peel
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