1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THE BARTENDER'S GUTDE AND SONG BOOK
* T,..-o parts Slee Gin pne part Italian Vermouth A dash each of Cherq' Cordial and Ounge Bitten Ice, shake and strain
Pour carefully into a tall thin glass. Pick up glass in right hand with firm grasp. After reach– ing height of lower lip, bring toward you, and tilt bottom of glass outward. Open mouth wide, and let her go! Oh RUBY, or Pearl, or Gladys, or Annabel1e! ......
* One part each of Sloe Gin and Dry Gin Half a part each of Italian 1111d French Vermouth Two dashes of Benedictine Ice, !hake and strain
You've all heard that old saying, "Don't try to paint the Lily." Well, here's an attempt at im– proving the RUBY. As if anybody could! .·-·.
* Two parts Jam:1ica Rum T"·o parts Cointreau One part Lemon Jui.ce Shake with plenty of fine ice *
T he private weakness and invention o'f Jim Schwenck, co-author of this book, who in the in– terests of his fellow enthusiasts always tried to make a short drink go a long ways.
RYE WHISKEY PUNCH
Shaker threc-quarter5 full Shaved Ice Two heaping teaspoonfuls Powdered Sugar Juice of one-quarter Lemon One·half wineglass Water One wineglass Rye Shake; strain i11to punch glass. Decorate with Fruit and serve
An old-time recipe used at numerous conventions whe re speakers were considered a bore. Three of these and you'd never know they were speaking 1
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