1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THE BARTENDER'S GUIDE AND SONG BOOK
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PINK LADIES should never be taken alone. They provide too much atmosphere-too much charm to the surroundings. Thus we give the recipe for four. And we personally recommend that you mix it for four, but remember that even three's a crowd.
Whites of four eggs Juice of two Oranges Juice of one Lemon Dash of sugar
Mix with ice in shaker: drink before it 'et ties * One part Gin One part French Vermouth One part Italian Vermouth One piece Fresh Pineapple Ice, shake and strain into coclctail gt&,ss. * One part Sandy Macdonald One part Jamaica Rum One-half part juice of Orange One crust Lemon Shake with cracked ice: * One part Gin Two parts Italian V ermou th Two dashes Bitters Ice, shake and strain into cocktail glass into which has been dropped e cherry
Imbibe this with top-hat in one hand and cane in the other. Then go out for a stroll. Keep near lamp posts, or trees, or something handy to hold on to. You may need it.
The ovmer of the Hotel Plinius at Milan, Italy, sends this one. And believe it or not, it was worth the trouble. We are of the opinion that business at the Plinius is going to pick up from now on.
Named after that old childhood game, Pom Porn, Pull Away, Run Again or I'll Pull You Away. We've been trying to pull away from this one ever since we heard of it. Don't give it to husbands who have to be home at certain hours.
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