Mixed drink recipe from print advertisement for Dubonnet Wine
“Stand By” When the Heat Wave Is High
When the hot-weather man says, “Full steam ahead” … steer your course for an arctic highball with a vast amount of ice afloat in soda and lemon juice and … allow yourself plenty of “latitude” on “Debonair” Dubonnet. You’re bound to “come about” to this superior blend of fine French wines.
Note to smart hostesses: When friends drop in, remember Dubonnet is
Delicious 3 Ways:
1 The Hot-Weather Way: Jigger of Dubonnet, juice of ½ lemon or lime, ice and soda to taste.
2 The French Way: Dubonnet straight, well-chilled.
3 The American Way: Dubonnet cocktail—half gin, half Dubonnet; stir with ice, add twist of lemon peel.
The Great French Appetizer
Straight or Cocktail
Aperitif Wine—Alcohol18% by Volume—Copyright 1940, Schenley Import Corp., N. Y.