1936 Shaking in the 60's by Eddie Clarke


Throughout the years we have drunk our way from cupped hands to jam jars, billy cans and silver slippers. But time has taught us that to fully appreciate life's liquid blessings, one must find the most suitable and correct container to sup from. Beer never tastes better than when quaffed from a foaming tankard at some wayside inn. But the more exotic types ofdrink and most especially good wines, can only be enjoyed when served in fine glasses which are worthy of their contents. We do frown however on gimmick glass of various hues,for vivid coloured glasses are not encouraged herein. One would border on the fringe ofinsanity to cover the face ofa beautiful damsel—butit would be sheer lunacy to use anything but crystal clear glass during the sacred


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