1934 What Shall We Drink by Magnus Bredenbek
What Shall We Drink?
This question will perplex us all. There are drinks for every occa sion, and accepted ways of pre paring and serving them. At home, at parties, at clubs, at banquets, your most useful social accom plishment—and assuredly your most popular—will be your knowl edge of HOW TO MIX COCKTAILS. HOW TO MAKE PUNCHES, "CUPS", FIZZES AND RICKEYS. HOW TO MAKE JULEPS, NOCGS, FLIPS AND MISCELLANEOUS MIXED how"a^nd when to serve wines. As the complete and authorita tive book on drinking, this volume contains in addition to innumerable minor points of information. A CHAPTER ON BEER. _ p .. , » r K CORDIAL RECIPES. APPLEJACK a"?hTpter on correct class- WARE. POPULAR TOASTS. , The author of this book, a - mous newspaper editor, ^' mate terms with leading chefs and drink experts States and Europe. Here he p sents the authoritative will return to .hR.r ', h.WplRCR^ "plSforUibition. Far people who look forward to ment of the almost forgotten art of drinking, this volume has been prepared as a guide. What Shall We Drink?
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