1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THB BARTBNDBR'S GUIDE AND SONG BOOK
* One pert Italian Vermouth Two perts Scotch Two dashes lemon juice Two dashes pineapple. juice Shake well with tine ice before serving * Mixing.glass half-full of fine ice Two dashes of Simple Syrup Two dashes of Peyschaud Bitters One jigger of Whiskey Mix, strain into e cocktail glass Add a small piece of twisted Lemon Peel ·* Have mixiog.glau half-full of 600 ice Add two dashes of Maraschino One jigger of Whiskey One dash of Orange Bitters Mix until very oold Strain into a cocktail glass, the rim of which bas been moistened with a pieoe of Lemon and dipped into powdered sugar * Fill mixing.glass half-full of fine ice Add two dashes of Boker's Bitters One-half jigger of Whiskey One-half jigger of Italian Vermouth Half a teaspoonful of Sherry Piece of Lemon Peel Mix, and strain into cocktail glaas * Crush a piece of Lemon Peel in a t umbler One ·heaping teaspoonful Powdered Sugar One-third wineglass Sloe Gin Two-thirds wineglass Old Parr' S'tir well; strain into cocktail glass ; add- a slice of Peach. Top off with Rum and serve
Another of the famous Blossom group-and just as good as the others, if not better I
Did you know that the word whiskey is from the old Gaelic language meaning "water-of-life"? They certainly named that one right-many's the night we've seen a few shots of this joy-water put a little life-or a lot for that matter-into a party. ......
The three famous recipes given here can be used with any of the types-Rye, Scotch, or your own.
WHISKEY COCKTAIL-NEW YORK
Always trying to improve on things-that's the New Yorker. Here is his version. Cl·-·.
Somebody with a sense of humor must have added that wo rd "Punch." Be very careful when lifting the glass to your lips-it may explode-and look out for bliste rs on the way down. In Chicago they start their gangster pa rties with this .one.
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