He left her and returned shortly with a small glass of schnapps.
So, too, it may be that the Puritan was saved by rum, and the Hollander by schnapps.
There was a Low Country fellow there, waist deep in schnapps, and a Finlander sucking strong beer like a hog.
I promised the worthy fellow a glass of schnapps for his pains.
That feller's idee of entertaining a customer is to go into Wasserbauer's and to drink all the schnapps in stock.
He was very fond of schnapps, whilst I hated the smell of the stuff.
It is a wonder to me how he can do it, for the schnapps is almost pure alcohol, and burns the throat terribly.
I dassen't do nothing, Mawruss, I dassen't touch coffee or schnapps.
They beat me, they mock me; the sergeants shriek for schnapps and money.
All I want is a light for my lanthorn, and a glass of schnapps, if thou hast it.'