1904 Cocktail, Irish – From Drinks As They Are Mixed – Cocktails After Dark
This is one of the catchiest cocktail names ever! Ha! This 1904 cocktail manual is filled with utilitarian cocktail names and nomenclature – this is a no-nonsense working bartenders guide to mixed drinks. No fancy words, no extra expense, just straight forward easy to find recipes from the turn of the century, the century before last. This Irish whiskey cocktail uses acid phosphate, which is particularly interesting. Acid phosphate cocktails were common for a while, and many non-alcoholic drinks included acid phosphate as an ingredient.
Use mixing glass.
Ice, fill the glass.
Orange bitters, 3 dashes.
Acid Phosphate, 2 dashes.
Vermouth, Italian. 1 pony.
Whiskey, Irish, 1 wineglass.
Mix; strain into cocktail glass and serve.
Where to buy acid phosphate: https://shop.artofdrink.com/product/acid-phosphate/
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