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Jerry "The Professor" Thomas
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Blue Blazer

The showy way to make a simple hot whisky punch.

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Japanese Cocktail

Lightly sweetened and diluted cognac flavoured with almond and a hint of spice.

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Tom & Jerry

A warming and filling winter's meal in itself. This recipe will fill six small toddy glasses or Tom & Jerry mugs (each 20cl capacity to brim), and given

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Gin Cocktail

Bready genever with a hint of orange curaçao adding flavour and the merest touch of sweetness balancing Boker's Bitters. If you don't have Boker's to

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Saratoga Cocktail

This brandy-influenced Sweet Manhattan is best mixed by throwing and enjoyed when the odd bubble still rests on its surface.

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Sherry Cobbler

This age old cocktail is said to have been the drink for which the waxed paper straw was invented. To quote Harry Johnson, from his 1882 Bartender's Manual,

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Cold Whisky Punch

A balanced – not sweet, nor sour or strong – refreshing short whisky cocktail.

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Improved Brandy Cocktail

Yes, yes, I know modern convention calls for this cocktail to be stirred but Jerry Thomas stipulates to shake it and it's much improved by shaking. Shake

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Ruby Punch

Arrack provides the funky spirituous base, port adds rich fruitiness, tea lengthens and adds bitter tannins, while sugar and lemon balance each other with

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Gin Daisy #2 (Jerry Thomas style)

The rich style of genever combines wonderfully with orange liqueur in this balanced classic.

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Prince of Wales Punch

Fruity yet complex with the oak maturation of both spirits and liqueurs adding depth of flavour.

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White Lion

Adapted from the first-known appearance of this recipe in Jerry Thomas' 1862 The Bar-tenders Guide and then repeated in his 1876 and 1887 editions. Jerry

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St. Charles Punch

The classic randy – port and brandy combo – with tart freshening lemon balanced with a touch of sugar.

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Absinthe Cocktail (Jerry Thomas)

This aniseed-flavoured mix tastes surprisingly tame but includes a shot of the notorious green fairy.

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