76. What Shall We Drink? Popular Drinks, Recipes and Toasts [COCKTAILS]. New York: Carlyle House, 1934.
First Edition. A. V. dustjacket art. Octavo, original red cloth and illustrated dustjacket, 215 pages. Very scarce post-Prohibition cocktail recipe book, noted for giving credit to Joseph S. Sormani for inventing the Bronx Cocktail. Chapters include: include: 'How to Mix Cocktails,' 'How to Make Punches,' 'How to Make 'Cups',' 'How to make Fizzes,' 'How to Make Rickeys,' 'How to make Juleps,' 'How to Make Noggs,' 'How to Make Flips,' 'How to Make Pousse Cafes,' 'Applejack Specials,' 'Red Wines--And How to Serve Them.' Found in the 'Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America' by Kraig. Near Fine in Very Good dustjacket. Item #35727