1948 The Bon Vivant's Companion by George A Zabriskie (2nd edition)

The BonVivant's Companion


Judge Nipperfs ^^Okeechobee^^

50% old Bourbon

Jamaica or Demarara rum

25% gin Add as much orange juice to match the liquor, also some lime juice with the lime hulls added, then sweeten to taste. Whip up white of egg and placea fluff on each glass, then some cinnamon dusted on top. Use large bar glass.

Scarlett O^Hara


Cocktail with a Southern accent

I jigger of "Southern Comfort" Yz lime

Sweeten to taste, with a little whipped cream Fill shaker with cracked ice, shake well and serve in tall narrow goblet.

Here's what they say about it: It has the delicate scent of Magnolia blossoms, concealing the heels of a Missouri Mule. The base (Southern Comfort) is supposed to be secret but is 100proof and the "traditional drink" in the South befo' the war. And please—no more than two, lest you be "Gone with the Wind."

''Ere's to the ^ealth of your Royal Ughness—hand may the skin 0' ha gooseberry be big enough for han humbrella to cover up hall your enemies. [ 23 ]

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