Posts Tagged ‘rum’

Bishop

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

1 teaspoonful Bar Sugar in large Bar glass.
2 dashes Lemon Juice with the Skin of Two Slices.
Fill glass ¾ full Shaved Ice.
1 dash Seltzer Water.
2 dashes Jamaica Rum.

Fill up with Claret or Burgundy; shake; ornament with Fruit and serve with Straws.

Country Club Punch

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Take 1½ lbs. of Cut Loaf Sugar and rub the lumps on the skins of 4 Lemons and 2 Oranges until the Sugar becomes well saturated with the oil from the skins. Then put the Sugar thus prepared into a large porcelain-lined or agate Mixing vessel, and add:
12 Oranges, sliced.
1 Pineapple, sliced.
1 box Strawberries.
2 bottles (quarts) Apollinaris Water.

Stir thoroughly with oak paddle or large silver ladle, and add:
1 jigger Benedictine.
1 jigger Red Curacoa.
1 jigger Maraschino.
½ jigger Jamaica Rum.
1 quart Brandy.
4 quarts Tokay or Sweet Catawba Wine.
2 quarts Madeira Wine.
4 quarts Chateau Margaux.

Mix well with oak paddle or ladle and strain into another bowl in which has been placed a block of clear ice. Then pour in 6 quarts Champagne. Decorate the Ice with Fruits, Berries, etc. Serve in Punch cups or glasses, dressing each glass with Fruit and Berries from the bowl.

Black Stripe

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Pour Wineglass Santa Cruz or Jamaica Rum into a small Bar glass and add 1 tablespoonful of Molasses.

If to serve hot, fill glass with boiling Water and sprinkle Nutmeg on top.
If to serve cold, add ½ Wineglass Water. Stir well and fill up with Shaved Ice.

Curacoa Punch

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Fill large Bar glass ¾ full Shaved Ice.

2 teaspoonfuls Bar Sugar.
4 dashes Lemon Juice.
1 pony Red Curacoa.
1 jigger Brandy.
½ pony Jamaica Rum.

Stir; decorate with Fruit and Serve with Straws.

Boating Punch

Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

Into a large Bar glass put:
2 teaspoonfuls Bar Sugar.
2 dashes Lemon Juice.
1 dash Lime Juice.

Fill up with Shaved Ice and add:
1 pony Brandy.
1 jigger Santa Cruz Rum.

Stir; dress with Fruit and serve with Straws.