This coca wine was made by the Maltine Manufacturing Company (New York). The dosage indicated on the back of the bottle reads: "A wine glass full with, or immediately after, meals. Children in proportion." Malt extract was taken for its health-promoting effects and alcohol was considered by many to have medicinal effects. It's not surprising to see the 'virtues' of these three "medicines" combined into a single product. Year unknown.
schools of philosophy, important legacy: emphasis on simplicity, self-sufficiency and living in accordance with nature were taken up by later philosophers, especially the Stoics: their concerns -- free speech, personal liberty, cosmopolitanism - growling impatience with the rest of humanity, but not their dogged pursuit of virtue.
BOULEVARDIER WITH BLOOD ORANGE Makes 2 drinks 3 ounces bourbon or rye, I used Old Overholt rye 2 ounces Cardamaro or Cynar 2 ounces sweet vermouth, I used Dolin rouge 2 ounces blood orange juice Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker or mason jar. Add ice and shake. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass or serve on the rocks in a rocks glass. Garnish with a twist of lemon, lime, or orange.
Wash the orange and lemon with warm water. Dry and peel them thinly. Put the skins on a baking tray and dry them in your oven on the lowest setting for one hour. Crush aniseed and cardamom in a pestle and mortar. Put them in a big jar, together with 3 tbsp lemon juice, the peels and wodka. Store it in a warm place for three weeks and shake it around a little every other day. Strain the mixture using a cheese cloth or fine sieve. Heat 500 ml of water with the light brown sugar until the ...
Albarello, slightly waisted with no foot ring, 1580, Maiolica, made in (?)the Marche (Italy). -- Earthenware covered on the inside and outside with presumed tin-glaze. Painted on one side with leaves and fruit enclosing an oval painted with trophies and a band bearing the letters "Liperi d foria", below a coat of arms: azure on a fess or between three geese(?) argent, three roses orange.