Also known as
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
Defunct liquid suspension of calcium phosphate and other chemicals. Highly regarded in its day for its healthful attributes. Employed to impart dryness (as in a dry wine) to cocktails. Also used as an occasional substitute for lemon or lime juice when fresh fruit was not available. Cocktail example: the Montauk Riding Club Cocktail.
. Produced in United States.
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