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Bay Rum

(Miscellaneous Recipes.) - (The Golden Age Cook Book)

Three-quarters of an ounce of oil of bay, one ounce of loaf sugar, one

pint of alcohol, 95 per cent., two quarts of new New England rum and

three pints of rectified spirits, 60 per cent. Roll the sugar until fine

and beat into the oil of bay, add the alcohol, then the New England rum

and spirits. Let it stand for several days in a demijohn, shaking

occasionally; then filter through blotting paper. The filters may be

purchased at a druggist's. Care should be taken to buy the oil at a

reliable place.

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