1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THE BARTENDER'S GUIDE AND SONG BOOK
You've never seen Paris until you've seen this one set down before your astounded eyes. Never serve to tenderfoots. Start them with beer and build them up to it.
One jigger Cognac One jigger Lemon Juice Da,sh of Cointreau Dash of Bitters Ice, strain 1111J serve
In the old days mothers used to start the young ones off with this favorite line, "Now, don't forget your party man11ers." Some awful jokester probably took advantage of this time-worn ad– monition and concocted this one. We've found these Party Manners hard to forget.
One pony of Gin One pony of Jamaica Rum Two teaspoonfuls of Lemon Juice Ice, 6hake and strain
Two parts Gin One part French Vermouth Jigger Onion Juice Jigger Cura,.ao
Excellent for hen-pecke'd husbands, because the onion-juice counteracts the Gin and your wife can't tell that you've been drinking. But don't take too many! .......
Ice, shake and strain into cocktail glass into which has been dropped a pickled onion
Here's one of the reasons why so many people like Hawaii. A simple variation of the BRONX COCKTAIL that adds to any host's reputation.
Two parts Dry Gin One part Italian Vermouth Slices of Pineapple in glasll Ice, shake well and strain.
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