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
Vintage Fiestaware Ivory Tom and Jerry Mug: Vintage Fiesta Tom and Jerry Mug in Original Ivory Glaze » Circa 1949 to 1959: The Tom and Jerry was an alcoholic egg and milk drink, popular in the 30s and 40s. One of only two pieces that is without the legendary rings (the other being the dripcut ).
Make Your Own Mixers | Many of the non-alcoholic ingredients used to mix cocktails can be purchased in grocery or liquor stores.However,you can also make your own mixers and it is easier than you think.Simple syrup,sour mix,grenadine and infused spirits can all be made from scratch and customized to fit your personal bartending style.
Because Melton is the beverage director, not just the resident wine geek, she couldn't resist passing along a popular wine cocktail recipe. Alcohol level notwithstanding, she says it tastes terrific with P.F. Chang's fare. Here's the adapted recipe.