1948 The Bon Vivant's Companion by George A Zabriskie (2nd edition)
The BonVivant's Companion
I dash Angostura bitters I dash curacao Piece of cut loaf sugar dissolved in two spoonfuls water I jigger liquor as desired 1 piece of ice in glass Stir well, twist a piece of lemon peel on top.
The old way of serving these was for the Bartender to place the bottle of whiskey on the bar and let the customer serve himself. ThaTs the best way yet.
Olivette Cocktail Use large bar glass half full of ice 2 dashes syrup
3 dashes orange bitters 3 dashes absinthe
I dash Angostura bitters I jigger Plymouth gin Stir with spoon, strain into cocktail glass, put in olive, twist of lemon peel on top.
Here's to you, my dear. And to the dear that's not here, my dear. But if the dear that's not here, my dear. Were here, my dear, I'd not be drinking to you, my dear. [ 24 ]
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