1932 The art of Mixing by James A Wiley


SLOEBERRY COCKTAIL To 1 wisp Angostura bitters add 1 dash orange hitters, and spill in one spot Sloe Gin. Ply the shaker diligently. Serve in large cups.


For a connoisseur fix: 2/ 3 Gin, 1/ 3 French Vermouth and a dash of Anisette. Shake well, and strain into cocktail glass. Add two pickled white onions-no foolin'. So So CocKTAIL With 1/ 6 Grenadine, 1/ 6 Apple Jack and 1/ 3 Vermouth you put 1/3 Gin, 3 ice cubes and a kind word. Play a few strains of Mendelssohn on the mixer, pour. SouL Kiss Get 1/6 orange juice and 1/ 6 Dubonnet into 1/ 3 French Vermouth, with 1/3 Rye Whisk ey and add 1 slice of orange. Chill the easiest way, mix conscientiously and sprinkle on caviar. SOUTH SIDE Pour the juice of a lemon into 1 teaspoonful of sugar, add 2 sprigs of fresh mint and 1 small glass of Gin. Shake with ice-and malice. Dilute with seltzer to taste and sniffie.

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