- Take two dashes orange bitters
- One liqueur-glass of Grenadine
- Two liqueur-glasses of dry gin
Fill the mixing-glass with ice; stir well and strain into a cocktail-glass.
NOTE: In the following receipts most of the quantities are given by glasses. The size of the glasses usually varies a trifle in each locality, but the usual amount of liquid contained in them is approximately as follows:
Lemonade-glass, twelve ounces.
High-ball glass, six ounces.
Star-glass or star champagne-glass, four and a half ounces.
Bar-glass, three ounces.
Cocktail-glass, two and one-half ounces.
Liqueur-glass, or “pony,” one ounce.
Louis’ Mixed Drinks by Louis Muckensturm, 1906