Posts Tagged ‘acarpous’

Bon Soir

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

(“Good Night”)

Fill a Sherry glass ½ full of Shaved Ice.
½ pony Benedictine.
½ pony Creme Yvette.

Fill up with Ginger Ale; stir gently and serve with a Straw cut in two.

Arf-and-Arf

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Pour into an Ale glass or mug ½ Porter and ½ Ale, or Porter and Stout with Ale, or ½ Old and ½ New Ale.

The use of the Porter and Ale is more prevalent in England. In the United States ½ Old and ½ New Ale is usually used when this drink is called for, unless otherwise specified.

Buttered Rum

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

In a Tumbler drop 1 lump of Sugar and dissolve it in a little hot Water, and add:
1¼ Jiggers Rum.
1 piece of Butter about the size of a Walnut.

Grate Nutmeg on top and serve.

Knabenschue – Country Club Style

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Use a small stone Mug; Lump Ice.
1 lump Sugar.
2 dashes Angostura Bitters.
Fill with Champagne.

Stir well; dress with fresh Mint and serve.

Abricontine Pousse Cafe

Monday, January 1st, 1917

Fill Pousse Cafe glass one-third full of Abricontine and add Maraschino, Curacoa, Chartreuse and Brandy in equal proportions until the glass is filled. The ingredients should be poured in one after the other from a small Wine glass, with great care, to prevent the colors from blending. Ignite the Brandy on top, and after it has blazed for a few seconds extinguishing it by placing a saucer or the bottom of another glass over the blazing fluid. Then serve.