1930 The Home Bartender's Guide and Song Book
THE . BARTENDER'S GUlDE AND SONG BOOI
* One part Brandy, Whiskey er Gin One part Boiling Water
Over in England even great-grandmothers drink this one. What's more, a good many of them will swear that it's the only thing that keeps them alive. Well, after we've become great-grandmothers I think we'll need HOT TODDYS, too!
Add Brandy to Boiling Water, stir thor· ougbly and serve in medium glass ¥rith Nu tmeg grated on top * About two ounces of gtron&i Whiskey Mix thoroughly in tumbler full of Hot Milk Grate Nutmeg on top and 1erve (Pleasant dreams) * The best recipe for these times is one-.half old-fashioned Ginger Ale and one-half home-made Beer. That is, of course, unlus you can get real cream ale and Ginger Beer •
ROCK ME TO SLEEP
Designed specially for those who can not sleep njghts. We tried it once, and found we must have . taken a little bit too much, because it was Friday night when we imbibed too freely, and we didn't arrive at the office until the following Tuesday afternoon.
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To leave this one out, would have offended any one who bought this book as a real, authentic, HOME BARTENDER'S GUIDE. If you think you're really good, try this as a chaser.
SHERRY AND EGG
The original eye-opener. Served with all due ceremony about 11 o'clock in the morning just so you'll be sur.e to start the day right. So essential to Englishmen, that they even serve it in the jail s over there.
U&e medium Bar C la ss One Raw Egg well beaten One wineg lass Sherry
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