Work containing a series of recipes for a variety of non-alcoholic beverages including aerated and mineral waters, dry fruit sodas, and non-excisable cordials using W. J. Bush & Co. brand flavors and syrups. W. J. Bush & Co., Ltd. was founded by William John Bush (-1889) circa 1851. The company is credited with being England's first maker of flavorings and essences. Bush's son, and author of this work, William Ernest, Baron de Bush, became head of the firm in 1889.
Written in response to the increasing public favor towards non-alcoholic and light refreshing beverages of the period, the work begins by providing general instructions for the mineral water manufacturer, placing an emphasis on cleanliness and high-quality ingredients. Then, the work contains numerous recipes for beverages such as "Cherryade," "Hop Bitters (Aerated)," "Dry Pineapple Soda," and "Quinine Tonic." Includes advertisements for materials applicable to the Mineral Water Trade.
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Bush, William Ernest. “Recipes for the Manufacture of Aerated & Mineral Waters and Non-Alcoholic Cordials.” London, England: Little & Son Printers, 1897. TP625 .B87 1897. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/ru09hu5.
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