A big part of the fun of visiting New York and its fabulous Fair is the chance to enjoy some of the world's greatest drinks, made by the world's greatest bartenders.  But you need not stir from your own bar to savor teh same delightful drinks at home.  This hand new mixing guide brings you not only the finest recipes gathered from New York's top bartenders, both in town an at the Fair, but some of their professional mixing secrets as well.*

COMFORT SOUR*
Welcome to travelers at the Brass Rail Restaurants.  
A sour sure to bring out smiles!  Serve it to welcome your guests!

1/3 jigger lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1 jigger (1 & 1/2oz.) Southern Comfort

Shake ingredients well with cracked ice; straing into glass.  Service with an orange slice on rim  of the glass and a cherry.


COMFORT OLD-FASHIONED*
Perfect prelude to dining at The New England States Pavilion.
This drink's better flavor will make it a top fashion in your home, too.

Dash Angostura bitters
1/2oz. water
1/2 teaspoon sugar
1 jigger (1 & 1/2oz.) Southern Comfort


COMFORT MANHATTAN*
A high point of dining at the Top of the Fair.
On or off Broadway, Southern Comfort's talent makes this a favorite.

1 jigger (1 & 1/2oz.) Southern Comfort
1/2oz. French (dry) vermouth
Dash of Angostura bitters

Stir with cracked ice until thoroughly chilled; strain into glass.  Serve with a cherry.  Enjoy a delicious difference!


COMFORT COLLINS*
Stirred for sightseers at Festival '64... The American Restaurant.
This smooth drink's a welcome sight for thirsty people everywhere.


1 jigger (1 & 1/2oz.) Southern Comfort
Juice 1/4 lime
7-UP

Blend Southern Comfort and lime juice in tall glass; add ice cubes.  Fill with 7-UP and stir gently.



HONOLULU COOLER*
Aloha at the Hawaiian Pavilion!

Juice 1/2 lime
1 jigger (1 & 1/2oz.) Southern Comfort
Hawaiian pineapple juice

Pack tall glass with cracked ice.  Add lime juice, Southern Comfort.  Fill with pineapple juice; stir.

*Intro/Recipe - From New York and Restaurants at the World's Fair: 46 Great Drinks (presented by Southern Comfort)


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