Syrup of Vanilla. a

Extract of Vanilla ............................

2 fl. ounces.

Syrup (sufficient to make)...............

2 pints.

Mix well.

This syrup of vanilla would appear to be much stronger than that in common use. It is also without the coloring commonly added.

Syrup of Vanilla. b

Extract of Vanilla..............

2 fl. ounces.

Syrup (thin, enough to make)

4 pints.

Mix well.

The addition of solution of caramel would add to the appearance of the syrup.

Syrup of Vanilla. c

Extract of Vanilla..............

1/2 fl. ounce.

Solution of Caramel .........

1/4 fl. ounce.

Solution of Albumen...........

4 fl. ounces.

Syrup (thin, enough to make)..............

2 pints.

Mix well.

A good syrup of vanilla is made by the above formula. The remarks as to strength, made under formula for vanilla a, will not apply to this.

The list of formulas for syrup of vanilla would not appear to be complete without one to which Tonka extract is added; this, however, can, and perhaps will be, done, without any specific directions from us.

"The formula for Syrup of Lemon, as directed in the Pharmacopoeia of 1870, is far preferable to that of 1880. It keeps perfectly, and is a handsomer preparation. It is less acid, and we think, on that account, has a finer flavor."

H. O. Ryerson.