The Pink Lady, featuring applejack and gin, was originally popular in the 1950s. It's pink and opaque, so on first sight you might expect it to be cloyingly sweet, but it's actually drier than most modern cocktails. More
It is Friday, it is practically the end of the month (well a week off but near enough), it’s time to let our hair down and have a much needed cocktail. For despite being on a diet and eating very healthily of late, I haven’t given up on cocktails entirely. For one thing January is...Read More »
Pink Lady cocktail Recipe: - 1 1/2 oz Gin - 3/4 oz Cointreau - 1 oz Fresh Lime Juice - 1/2 oz Sugar Syrup - 1 dash Grenadine Glass: Chilled coctail/ Martini Ice: None Method: Shake and fine strain Garnish: Lemon zest
Pink Lady Cocktail Recipe: - 1 1/2 oz Gin - 3/4 oz Cointreau - 1 oz Fresh Lemon Juice - 1/2 oz Sugar Syrup - 1 dash of Grenadine Glass: Chilled cocktail/Martini Ice: None Method: Shake and fine strain Garnish: Lemon zest
Our Pink Lady Margarita is in a class by itself…simply the best! So pretty in natural pink hues and made with an irresistible combination of fresh juices, sweetened with agave nectar and blended with fine-quality tequila and liqueurs. Even the salt for the rim is pink! | cocktail recipe
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Pink Lady #Cocktail #Recipe: 1 1/2 oz. gin, 3/4 oz. applejack, 1/4 oz. lemon juice, 1-2 dashes grenadine, 1 egg white, Maraschino cherry for garnish. Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice cubes. Shake vigorously. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with the cherry.