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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 34 pages of information about The Ideal Bartender.

1 jigger Orange Bitters.

1 jigger Angostura Bitters.

4 Oranges, sliced.

2 Lemons, sliced.

1 ripe Pineapple, sliced and quartered.

4 tablespoonfuls Sugar.

1 bottle Apollinaris Water.

Place large square of Ice in bowl; dress with the Fruits and serve Julep in fancy Stem glass.

Polo PlayersDelight—­Horse’s Neck\s+\d\d?

Use a tall, thin glass.

1 lump Ice.

1 jigger Sir Robert Burnette’s Old Tom Gin.

1 Cantrell & Cochran’s Ginger Ale.

Stir well and serve.

POUSSE CAFE—­St. Louis

Pour in Pousse Cafe glass as follows: 

1/6 glass Raspberry Syrup.

1/6 glass Maraschino.

1/6 glass Green Vanilla.

1/6 glass Curacao.

1/6 glass Yellow Chartreuse.

1/6 glass Brandy.

In preparing the above use a small Wineglass with spoon for pouring in each Cordial separately.

Be careful they do not mix together.

PUNCH A LA ROMAINE (for a party of 16)

1 bottle Champagne.

1 bottle Rum.

2 tablespoons Dr. Siegert’s genuine Angostura Bitters.

10 Lemons.

3 sweet Oranges.

2 pounds Powdered Sugar.

10 fresh Eggs.

Dissolve the Sugar in the Juice of the Lemons and Oranges adding the
Rind of 1 Orange.

Strain through a Sieve into a bowl and add by degrees the whites of the
Eggs beaten to a froth.

Place the bowl on Ice till cold, then stir in the Rum and Wine until thoroughly mixed.  Serve in fancy Stem glasses.

RAMOS GIN FIZZ—­Country Club Style

1 lump Ice.

1 dash Lemon Juice.

1 dash Orange Water.

White of Egg.

1 jigger Burnette’s Old Tom Gin.

1 teaspoonful Powdered Sugar.

1 pony Milk.

1 dash Seltzer Water.

Shake well; strain into Highball glass and serve.

REMSEN COOLER

Use a medium size Fizz glass.

Peel a Lemon as you would an Apple.

Place the Rind or Peeling into the Fizz glass.

2 or 3 lumps of Crystal Ice.

1 Wineglass of Remsen Scotch Whiskey.

Fill up the balance with Club Soda; stir up slowly with a spoon and serve.

In this country it is often the ease that people call a Remsen Cooler where they want Old Tom Gin or Sloe Gin instead of Scotch Whiskey.  It is therefore the bartender’s duty to mix as desired.

SEPTEMBER MORN COCKTAIL—­Country Club Style

Use a large Mixing glass; fill with Lump Ice.

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