1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book


* Two quarts of Bacardi Two pounds of sugar Two quarts of Formosa Ooloog Tea Add an equal amount of very hot water Serve with slices of_Lemon Dissolve sugar in tho hot water


On shipboard, get a party together and try this one. Don't worry, there's more than enough to go around. And remember that the ship's rail was meant to lean on, not to jump over.

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Ono glass hot milk One tablespoonful of sugar A pinch of Grated Nutmeg

Recor;nmended for colds down South. You'd be surprised at the number of people who have them down there.

The yolk of an egg A jigger of Bacardi Beat up thoroughly the yolk of the e~g with the sugar Add Milk, Bacardi and Nutmeg Mix it thoroughly


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* Teaspoonful of powdered sugu Dissolve in water Crush fresh Mint Juice of two Lemons


One of the fancier recipes in the Bacardi family, and just as good as it looks. Set this one before any one, and see what happens to it. They ~se it to reform rabid drys in the southern countries.

Three jiggers of Bacardi Layer of fine cracked ice

Theo one whole pitted Fresh P eaoh Another layer of fine cracked ice Dress with Mint Leaves Serve in tall glass with straws


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