1936 Shaking in the 60's by Eddie Clarke

An after dinner drink ofliqueur,served in a cocktail glass over crushed ice. Creme de Menthe is the most popular. A long effervescent drink served in a tumbler or a large goblet glass containing spirit, cracked ice and a mineral water. A long cold drink,favoured by the Colonels of Old Virginia, featuring fresh crushed gai-den mint,bourbon or rye whisky,crushed ice, and served in a frosted glass, decorated with peach or sprigs of mint. Popular American name for serving any of their alcoholic beverages over cubes of ice. Serve in a 6-8 oz. glass. One of England's very own and oldest drinks, can be traced back for several hun dred years to the Saxon Kings. Sometimes these days it is simply mixed in a glass, or more elaborately at the table, in a large punch-bowl, and served in individual glasses. Could be a hot or an iced drink, containing either wine, spirits, beers, cider, fruit juices, tea or coffee, sugar and spices, or anything else there is at hand. A most wonderful drink for a party.




On the Rocks


A long effervescent drink made in a tumbler, containing spirit, juice, rind of half a lime and soda water.



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