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Tokay Punch

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Out of 6 pounds of Tokay Grapes, select one pound to be put into the Punch last. Now make a boiling Syrup of three pounds of Sugar and one quart of boiling Water and pour this over the remaining five pounds of Grapes. When partly cold rub it through a sieve, leaving skins and seeds behind. Then add the Juice of two Oranges and two Lemons and one quart of St. Julien Claret, 1 jigger of Angostura Bitters.

Then strain and freeze.

Before serving add 1 pint of good Brandy and an Italian Meringue Paste of six Egg whites, colored a nice red and drop in the remaining Grapes.

Bombay Cocktail

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Use a Claret glass.

½ pony Olive Oil.
½ pony Vinegar.
½ pony Worcestershire Sauce.
Break one Ice Cold Egg into glass.

Add salt and Spanish Paprica and serve.

Brandy Punch

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Fill large Bar glass ¾ full Shaved Ice.

2 teaspoonfuls Bar Sugar dissolved in little Water.
½ Juice of 1 Lemon.
¼ jigger Santa Cruz Rum.
1½ jiggers Brandy.
1 slice Orange.
1 piece of Pineapple.

Shake; dress with Fruit and serve with Straw.

Claret Cup

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

(2-Gallon Mixture)

For mixing use a large Punch bowl or other suitable vessel of glass or porcelain lined.

6 Oranges, sliced.
3 Lemons, sliced.
2 Pineapples.
2 jiggers Abricontine.
4 jiggers Curacoa.
4 quarts Claret.
3 pints Apollinaris.

Mix well with a Ladle and set aside for three hours before using. Then strain info another bowl, and when ready to use add 3 pints of some sparkling Wine, preferably Champagne. Stir gently once or twice, and then put in a block of clear Ice and decorate the top of it tastily with Fruits and let several slices of Grape Fruit float around in the bowl. Serve in Champagne glasses.

Durkee Cocktail

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Fill large Bar glass ⅔ Full Shaved Ice.

1 tablespoonful Bar Sugar.
4 dashes Lemon Juice.
3 dashes Curacoa.
1 jigger Jamaica Rum.

Shake well; strain into tall, thin glass; fill up with Plain Soda; stir gently and serve.