Pink Lady Cocktail Recipe #2
Pink Lady Cocktail Recipe #2
Pink Lady Cocktail Recipe #2
  • 60ml/ 2 parts Plymouth Gin
  • 15ml/ 0.5 parts grenadine
  • 15ml/ 0.5 parts lemon juice (fresh)
  • 60ml/ 2 parts Club Soda
 

Just give all ingredients a good shake, strain and garnish with a slice of lemon.

The Pink Lady was considered one of the first "Girlie Drinks" and was very popular with high society ladies of the 1930s. This was obviously due to its colour and foamy texture.

Jack Townsend speculated in his 1951 The Bartender's Book that the very non-threatening appearance of the Pink Lady might have appealed to women in-experienced in the art of