This section is from the "Henley's Twentieth Century Formulas Recipes Processes" encyclopedia, by Norman W. Henley and others.
Chocolate syrup..... 2 ounces
Sweet milk, sufficient.
Frozen whipped cream, sufficient. Shaved ice, sufficient.
Fill a glass half full of frozen whipped cream, fill with shaved ice nearly to the
top, and pour in chocolate syrup. Other syrups may be used, if desired.
This drink consists of 3 parts black coffee and 1 part of brandy, frozen in a cooler, and served while in a semifrozen state.
One-half tumbler shaved ice, teaspoonful powdered sugar, dash lemon juice, 2 or 3 sprigs of fresh mint Crush the mint against side of the glass to get the flavor. Then add claret syrup, 0.5 ounce; raspberry syrup, 1.5 ounces; and draw carbonated water nearly to fill glass. Insert bunch of mint and fill glass, leaving full of shaved ice. Serve with straws, and decorate with fruits of the season.
Beat thoroughly the whites of 4 eggs and stir in 1 pound of powdered sugar, then add 1 pint grape juice, 1 pint water, and 1 pound more of powdered sugar. Stir well until sugar is dissolved, and serve from a pitcher or glass dish, with ladle.
"Golf Goblet."—Serve in a 12-ounce glass; fill two-thirds full of cracked ice, add 0.5 ounce pineapple juice, 1 teaspoonful lemon juice, 1 teaspoonful raspberry vinegar. Put spoon in glass, and fill to within one-half inch of top with carbonated water; add shaved ice, heaping full. Put strawberry or cherry on top, and stick slice of orange down side of glass. Serve with spoon and straws.