A couple of good cocktail recipes photos I located:
Shake ‘Em Up! by Virginia Elliott & Phil D. Stong (1932) page 54-55
Picture by MetaGrrrl
The comprehensive book, from the assortment of the San Francisco Public Library.
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Image by pmonaghan
"Mad Guys" era cocktail recipe menu. Wall, SD
Picture by StuartWebster
A fruity fun martini recipe the Raspberry Martini I have found from the internets has several variatons, this 1 is mine.
two parts vodka (frozen as always)
one dash fresh lemon juice
one component raspberry syrup.
shake all the elements more than ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
garnish with 2 or three raspberries positioned into the bottom of the glass prior to the liquid.
To make raspberry syrup add 1 cup of caster sugar to one particular cup of boiling water above heat. As soon as all the sugar has disolved add 150 grams of raspeberries and simmer until finally all broken down. Double strain the syrup to remove all seed, a great deal of operate I know but it truly is well worth it.