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" ... up one third, or perhaps a little less. Then take rasped or pounded ice, and fill up the tumbler. Epicures rub the lips of the tumbler with a piece of fresh pineapple, and the tumbler itself is very often incrusted outside with stalactites of ice.... "
How to Mix Drinks: Or, The Bon-vivant's Companion, Containing Clear and ... - Page 44
by Jerry Thomas - 1862 - 244 pages
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The practical cook, English and foreign, by J. Bregion and A. Miller

Joseph Bregion, Anne Miller (cook.) - History - 1845
...beverage for children's balls. EAU SUCRE. Sugar in boiling water ; drank cold. MINT JULEP. Put into a tumbler about a dozen sprigs of the tender shoots of mint, put a spoonful of white sugar on them, and equal portions of peach and common brandy, so as to fill...
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The Practical Cook, English and Foreign: Containing a Great Variety of Old ...

Joseph Bregion, Anne Miller - Cookery, English - 1845 - 498 pages
...nice beverage for children's balls. EAU SUCRE Sugar in boiling water ; drank cold. MINT JULEP. Put into a tumbler about a dozen sprigs of the tender shoots of mint, put a spoonful of white sugar on them, and equal portions of peach and common brandy, so as to fill...
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Indian Domestic Economy and Receipt Book: Comprising Numerous Directions for ...

R. Riddell - Cookery, Indic - 1860 - 677 pages
...and drank hot. May be made with claret, madeira, &c., Mint julep, but the usual way is as follows : Put into a tumbler about a dozen sprigs of the tender shoots of mint; upon them put a table-spoonful of finely pounded sugar or syrup, with equal proportions of peach and common brandy,...
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The book of household management

Isabella Mary Beeton - 1861
...julep" is the niost inviting. Captain Marryat gives the following recipe lor its preparation : '* Put into a tumbler about a dozen sprigs of the tender...equal proportions of peach and common brandy, so as to iill up one third, or, perhaps, a little less ; then take rasped or pounded ice, and lill up the tumbler....
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Cooling Cups and Dainty Drinks

William Terrington - Alcoholic beverages - 1869 - 223 pages
...as follows. I learned how to make them, and succeeded pretty well. Put into a tumbler about a dozen of the tender shoots of mint ; upon them, put a spoonful...proportions of peach and common brandy, so as to fill up one-third, or perhaps a little less. Then take rasped or pounded ice, and fill up the tumbler. Epicures...
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A Manual of Domestic Economy: Suited to Families Spending from 150 to 1500 ...

John Henry Walsh - Cooking - 1874 - 776 pages
...as follows. I learned how to make them and succeeded pretty well. Put into a tumbler about a dozen of the tender shoots of mint ; upon them put a spoonful of white sugar, and equal proponion of peach and common brandy, so as to fill up one-third, or perhaps a little less. Then take...
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American and other drinks

Leo Engel - 1878
...composed of claret, Madeira, &c., &c., but the ingredients of the real Mint Julep are as follow; I learnt how to make them and succeeded pretty well: Put...one-third, or perhaps a little less ; then take rasped or powdered ice and fill up the tumbler. Epicures rub the lips of the tumbler with a piece of fresh pine-apple,...
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Mrs Beeton's Household Management

Isabella Beeton, Mrs. Beeton (Isabella Mary) - Cooking, English - 2006 - 1109 pages
...'mint julep' is the most inviting. Captain Marryat gives the following recipe lor its preparation: 'Put into a tumbler about a dozen sprigs of the tender...proportions of peach and common brandy, so as to fill up one third, or, perhaps, a little less; then take rasped or pounded ice, and fill up the tumbler....
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SECOND SERIES OF DIARY IN AMERICA WITH REMARKS ON ITS INSTITUTIONS.

CAPT MARRYAT, C.B., - 1840
...follows. I learnt how to make them, and succeeded pretty well. Put into a tumbler about a dozen sprigsof the tender shoots of mint, upon them put a spoonful of white sugar, and equal pro portions of peach and common brandy, eo as to fill it up one third, or perhaps a little less. Then...
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