Between the Sheets (Jerusalem's)

Strong, kissing (if open mouthed) cousin of the Side Car
Shake briskly, serve in Manhattan glass.
Cut down on the Cointreau to make a dryer cocktail. Note: In David Embury 'Fine Art of Mixing Drinks' sub White Rum for Gin and cut lemon down to only 1/2 oz.
The King David Hotel was built in 1929 in Jerusalem. The hotel bombing was an attack carried out by the militant right-wing Zionist underground organization Irgun on the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on 22 July 1946. 91 people of various nationalities were killed and 46 were injured. (Wikipedia)
Cocktail summary
Created byFrom Weber's Bar Book at the King David Hotel, Jerusalem.
ReferenceThe Gentleman's Companion, vol. 2 by Charles H. Baker (1939)
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