Offered for your consideration is this set of four vintage tom collins / cocktail glasses depicting a drink said to have originated at the Planters Hotel in Charleston, SC, but the actual recipe originates in Jamaica.
The September 1878 issue of the London magazine Fun listed the recipe: "A wine-glass with lemon juice fill, of sugar the same glass fill twice / Then rub them together until / The mixture looks smooth, soft, and nice. / Of rum then three wine glasses add, / And four of cold water please take. A Drink then you'll have that's not bad — / At least, so they say in Jamaica."
Whatever the origin, these frosted glasses have the look and feel of a well made Hazel Atlas barware collectible, and it's offered to you at a very reasonable price, able to fit a variety of decors including western ware.
Dimensions: 6" H
Condition: Very good considering its age
Inventory: Box 155
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