A couple of great cocktail recipes images I discovered:
Picture by stopherjones
‘Cocktail hour’ is one thing of a standard fixture in our residence and, as any aspiring mixologist will be all as well acquainted with, a shortage of supplies typically leads one away from tried and tested recipes into one thing far more experimental.
As was the case with the birth of the Gallaretto – a generous measure each and every of Amaretto and Galliano, resulting in a short, sweet right after dinner digestif.
For this month’s Scavenge Challenge, October #ten: Find an unusually shaped bottle (i.e., square, bent, pinched, etc.)
(And if I wasn’t all out of Frangelico, you’d have had a picture of a bottle shaped like the monks who initially developed it!)
3 Bottle Bar by H.i. Williams (1943) page 60-61
Image by MetaGrrrl
The complete book, from the collection of the San Francisco Public Library.
I waive any copyright declare I may possibly have in this picture and dedicate my copyright interest in the image to the public domain. I also think that the book depicted in the image is in the public domain, however I do not warrant that it is. The book was published amongst 1923 and 1963, so the author was needed to renew the copyright 28 years after publication to avert it from entering into the public domain. My search of the copyright renewals database (http://collections.stanford.edu/copyrightrenewals/) signifies that the copyright in this guide was not renewed.