The Flowing Bowl; When and What to Drink: Full Instructions How to Prepare, Mix, and Serve Beverages

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General Books, 2009 - 156 pages
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 Excerpt: ...and serve. 211. rje Heqiriem. In a mixing-glass an egg, a spoonful of powdered sugar, 1 pony of brandy, 1 dash of sherry, 1 dash of port wine, 1 dash of maraschino, 1 pony of cream. Fill your glass with ice, shake it and strain into a high champagne glass. 212. Sans Souri. (FOR TWO.) A large glass, with the juice of a lime or lemon, a spoonful of sugar, the yolks of two eggs, fill your glass two-thirds full of ice, 2 ponies of absinthe, 1 pony of maraschino, 1 pony of vermouth, 1 dash of white curacao. Shake this exceedingly well; strain into two fancy wineglasses, beat up the white of one egg to the form of frozen snow, with some sugar; put this on top of your two drinks, and serve with a spoon. 213. QL)e Senator. A glass with shaved ice, t of brandy, yi of maraschino, yi of curacao, Yb of chartreuse, yi of benedictine, yi of creme de roses. Shake this well, strain into a cocktail glass, and serve. 214. i)e Sl)antm (Soff. A glass of Bass ale and a glass of ginger ale are mixed in a glass together, and served. 215. l)e Snoroball. A large glass with an egg; beat up well with a little powdered sugar, add a bottle of genuine cold ginger ale while you stir it thoroughly, and serve. You may add a pony of brandy. 216. "Stye Sun." The juice of half an orange and half a lime in the bottom of a large, thin glass; add and dissolve a spoonful of powdered sugar with a dash of mineral water, 1 pony of fine brandy, ) pony of Jamaica rum, 1 dash of benedictine, 1 dash of curacao, 1 dash of creme de roses. Mix this thoroughly, fill your glass with fine ice; stir well; ornament with frozen snow in the centre, and the brim with fruits; write on the top of the snow "The Sun," with nutmeg. Should you have no real snow, beat up the wh...

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