Brut Cocktail

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The Brut Cocktail is an early cocktail that appears in William "Cocktail" Boothby's 1908 work The World's Drinks And How To Mix Them[1] as "a la (strong cigar) Tom Walsh, Seattle, Wash. Into a small mixing-glass full of cracked ice place a few drops of Angostura bitters, two dashes of Orange bitters, one-third of a jigger of Picon and two-thirds of a jigger of French vermouth; stir briskly, strain into a cocktail glass, squeeze a piece of lemon peel over the top and don't forget to ring up the money."

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  1. ^ Boothby, William "Cocktail". The World's Drinks and How to Mix Them, 1908. Photographed at San Francisco Public Library Historical Materials Collection [1] on December 28, 2007.