Annie saw Putney, where he stood with his wife and boy, refuse coffee, and she watched him anxiously when the claret-cup came.
claret-cup and Champagne are iced (some epicures object to this).
There was also a good glass of beer left—not claret-cup—in a glass jug, very much as Frank had pictured it.
At small "at homes" champagne, claret-cup, and ices are not given.
The flowers are used for flavouring purposes, especially for claret-cup.
Other expenses are light; you are the Cleopatra's pearl that should not have been flung into Mahogany's claret-cup.
And, Penelope, you used to be a great hand at claret-cup in our dear father's time; and then there is tennis.
Badminton, blood,—properly a peculiar kind of claret-cup invented at the Duke of Beauforts seat of that name.
They are often used similarly in lemonade, negus, claret-cup and fruit juice drinks.
claret-cup flowed and Champagne sparkled, powerless to raise him to the audacity of an avowal.