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Savoy Cockail Book (Featured in Henry Craddocks 'The Savoy Cocktail Book')
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Parsons Special Cocktail
Added About 8 years ago
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Included in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book', this non-alcoholic drink is a nice addition to any bartenders non-alcoholic cocktail collection.In the original recipe the ingredient for Lemon Syrup is listed as Sirop-de-Citron, which we've altered to Lemon Syrup. Add all the ingredients into a highball glass with ice. Stir and top up with soda water, then serve. ...
Included in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book', this non-alcoholic ...
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Old Pal
Added About 9 years ago
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The Old Pal first appeared in the 1922 edition of Harry Craddock's "The Savoy Cocktail Book" a drinks compendium compiled by the head barkeep of The Savoy Bar in New York. Add all the ingredients into a mixing glass with ice. Stir until well combined then strain into a chilled cocktail glass.Garnish with a lemon twist. ...
The Old Pal first appeared in the 1922 edition of Harry Craddock's "The Savoy ...
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Corpse Reviver #2
Added About 6 years ago
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There are several corpse reviver recipes floating around, but this one is considered by most to be the best-tasting. It was first published in Harry Craddock's infamous "Savoy Cocktail Book" in 1930. It's interesting to note that all of the corpse revivers were originally designed to be "hair-of-the-dog" drinks for the morning after! NOTE: If you don't already have Lillet Blanc in your bar, ...
There are several corpse reviver recipes floating around, but this one is ...
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Keep Sober
Added About 8 years ago
3 ingredients  
Included in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book', this non-alcoholic drink is a nice addition to any bartenders non-alcoholic cocktail collection. In the original recipe the ingredient for Lemon Syrup is listed as Sirop-de-Citron, which we've altered to Lemon Syrup. Also the measures have been approximated based on 1 persons serving - 1/8 was turned into 1/4oz, and 3/4 was ...
Included in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book', this non-alcoholic ...
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Blue Blazer
Added About 8 years ago
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Taken from 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' by Harry Craddock: 'The Blue Blazer does not have a very euphonious or classic name, but it tastes better to the palate than it sounds to the ear. A beholder gazing for the first time upon an experienced artist, compounding this beverage, would naturally come to the conclusion that it was a nectar for Pluto rather than Bacchus. The novice in mixing ...
Taken from 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' by Harry Craddock: 'The Blue ...
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Savoy Hotel Special
Added About 8 years ago
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Originally featured in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930. A quote in the book says about this cocktail - although it may be more accurately referring to the picture in the book instead: "Peter, ninth Earl of Savoy, brought to England, as his wards, eighty-three of the most wealthy and beautiful girls in France. He then married them to the most powerful nobles in ...
Originally featured in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930. ...
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Young Man Cocktail
Added About 8 years ago
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Featured in Harry Craddocks 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' from 1930. Shake all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well for 10-15 seconds or until the outside of the shaker becomes frosted. Strain into cocktail glass. Garnish with an olive or cherry. ...
Featured in Harry Craddocks 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' from 1930. Shake all ...
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Savoy Tango
Added About 8 years ago
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Originally featured in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930. A quote in the book says about this cocktail: "This cocktail is a very great favourite at the Savoy Hotel, London, where it was invented". Shake the ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well for 10-15 seconds or until the outside of the shaker becomes frosted. Strain into cocktail glass. ...
Originally featured in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930. ...
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Jabberwork
Added About 8 years ago
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Originally featured in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930. A quote in the book says about this cocktail: "This will made you gyre and gimble in the wabe until brillig all right, all right." Add the ingredients into a mixing glass with ice. Stir well and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a lemon peel. ...
Originally featured in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930. ...
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Mr Eric Sutton's Gin Blind Cocktail
Added About 8 years ago
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From Harry Craddocks 'Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930 ... "Invented by THE Mr. Sutton. Chelsea Paper please copy. This is a very troublesome form of refreshment." Shake all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well for 10-15 seconds or until the outside of the shaker becomes frosted. Strain into cocktail glass. ...
From Harry Craddocks 'Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930 ... "Invented by THE Mr. ...
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Whist Cocktail
Added About 8 years ago
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Originally featured in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930. A quote in the book says about this cocktail: "This is a delightful drink that has been known in the West Indies for countless years. It might be described as a West Indies 'Sundowner.'" Shake well in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake well for 10-15 seconds or until the outside of the shaker becomes ...
Originally featured in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930. ...
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Rattle Snake
Added About 8 years ago
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Originally featured in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930. A quote in the book says about this cocktail: "So called because it will either cure Rattlesnake bite, or kill Rattlesnakes, or make you see them". The recipe here uses 2 egg whites, and a 4 to 1 ratio of rye whiskey to sweetened lemon juice. Shake all the ingredients with ice until thoroughly mixed and ...
Originally featured in Harry Craddocks famous 'The Savoy Cocktail Book' of 1930. ...
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Leap Year
Added About 4 years ago
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A cocktail from the Savoy book, originally made to celebrate the leap year on February 29th 1928. As for the 1/8 oz. of lemon, just add a dash of it if you can't measure it out properly. Shake with ice, strain into a cocktail glass, and decorate with a lemon peel. ...
A cocktail from the Savoy book, originally made to celebrate the leap year on ...
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