1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THE BARTENDER'S GUIDE ANU SONG BCOK
Half 611 shaker '"ith ice White of one egg Juice of one Lerno~ · One teaspoonful powdered &ug11r
It may be a fizz-but never a fizzle. If you ever get to the point where you think you'r~ so tough an alligator would lose a tooth on your hide-try this for a chaser-we saw it done-once-year's ago-but only once. .. .
One and one-half cocktail glasses Rye Sheke well; then strain into tall glass and serve with sodawater • Three tc'&Spoonfuls of Lemon Juice One teaspoonful of sugar Stir together One jigger of Applejack. Cracked ice Fill with tin~er ale *
Suggested by the Applejack King of Bergen County, l\llr. Thomas· Donnelly. Instead of tak– ing undesirable henchmen for "a ride" he feeds these to the poor, unsuspecting boys. Tom says it produces a sort of applexy!
Wineglass of Bacardi Juice of half a Lime One lump of ice Serve in a highball gins• Add sparklinl! water * Into a tall tumbler place One pony of Gin Juice of half a Lime A few pieces of ice Fill glass with plain soda 'r'
Colonel Joe Rickey's namesake revised to suit a Southern gentleman's taste. And in all due def– erence to the Colonel's ideas, we think it's at least equaJly good, and '~'orthy of a colonel I
Named after Colonel Joe Rickey, whose appear– ance at the Waldorf Bar always demanded a round. This was the Colonel's idea of a good drink. And we are inclined to agree with him.
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