MUDDLE raspberries in base of shaker. Add other ingredients, SHAKE with ice and fine strain into chilled glass.
Looks like fruity disco drink fodder but is actually surprising dry and strong.
Made with strawberries in place of raspberries.
Unknown but in his 1922 Mixing Cocktails, Harry McElhone credits the Duke of Manchester with this drinks creation. However, in his 1907 World Drinks, William Boothby lists a Bloodhound, as does Tom Bullock in his 1917 The Ideal Bartender.
There are approximately 202 calories in one serving of Bloodhound #1.