1948 The Bon Vivant's Companion by George A Zabriskie (2nd edition)
The BonVivant's Companion
I teaspoonful of sugar Juice of half an orange Juice of half a lemon Juice of half a hme J4 jigger raspberry syrup % jiggerwhiskey FiU shaker with cracked ice Shake, strain, and serve in %o-liter stein.
Eggnog is abeverage ofAmerican origin, but it has apopularity that is cosmopolitan. At the South it is almost indispensable at Christmas time, and at the North it is a favorite on all occasions. In Scotland they call Eggnog "Auldman's mUk."
Eggnog Use large bar glass
1 tablespoon fine sugar, dissolved with I tablespoon cold water I egg
I wineglass cognac brandy ^2 wineglass Santa Cruz rum % tumblerful milk
Fill tumbler ^ full of shaved ice. Shake ingredients until they are thoroughly mixed together. Grate a little nutmeg on top.
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