1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THE BARTENDER'S GUIDE AND SONG BOOK
If you've never had this one, we really can see no reason for your reading this book. It's the GIN FIZZ that k~pt all America in good spirits. Every bartender living and dead can serve this one blind-folded.
One par-t Gin Teaspoonful powdered sugar Half part Lemon Juice Ice and fill glass with charged wat~ * Fill- large tumbler three-fourths full shaved ice One yoke of egg, separated from white One heaping teaspoonful Fruit Sugar Three dashes Lemon Juice, one dash Lime Juice One wineglass Burnett's London Dry Shake well, strain into fizz glass, 611 up with seltzer water and drink immediately
Among the old-timers the GOLDEN FIZZ al– ways commanded a prominent place. Any one of them, when too rushed for luncheon, would step into a convenient bar, order one of these, grab a sandwich from the free lunch counter, and be on h is way, refreshed and with appetite appeased.
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