Cantrell and Cochrane's

"Cantrell and Cochrane’s Ginger Ale (Aromatic)," a soft drink of Irish manufacture, was a fixture in turn-of-the-century Dublin pubs. The fact that Bloom thinks of it in Lotus Eaters as a "temperance beverage" suggests that it was commonly consumed by itself, rather than used as a mixer. The name "ginger ale," coined in the mid-19th century, likewise points to its origins as an alternative to alcoholic drinks.

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Post-1901 advertising poster for Cantrell & Cochrane's ginger ale. Source: www.whytes.ie.

Antique bottle of Cantrell & Cochrane's "Aromatic" ginger ale. Source: www.antique-bottles.net.

Irish antique bar mirror for sale. Source: www.adverts.ie.

"Bronze by Gold," aquatint engraving by Richard Hamilton.