Popular non alcoholic drinks in the 80s

Babycham was probably one of the first alcoholic drinks I had. My mum & Grandma drank it.

I'd Love a Babycham

Babycham was probably one of the first alcoholic drinks I had. My mum & Grandma drank it. I agree with above comment but my sister use to drink brandy and babycham!

Retro style Christmas drinks  Snowball    Go retro this Christmas with this classic cocktail, the Snowball, which was popular in the 60s and 70s. Just mix advocaat, lemonade and a dash of lime cordial, whisk and serve in a tall glass with a cherry on a cocktail stick.    For a stronger drink try a shot of vodka for a Russian Snowball.

Snowball - the classic retro Christmas cocktail: mix advocaat, lemonade and a dash of lime cordial, whisk and serve in a tall glass with a cherry on a cocktail stick. For a stronger drink try a shot of vodka for a Russian Snowball.

Fireman's Ice Tea    1 oz vodka  1 oz triple sec  1 oz rum  1 oz gin  1 splash grenadine  1 splash 7-up

Killer Ice Tea with Orange 1 oz white rum 1 oz Jamaican dark rum 1 oz Stroh® 80 rum 1 oz gin 1 oz Cointreau® orange liqueur 2 - 3 oz Coca-Cola®

Espresso Martini was created in London's Soho in the 80's and with modern day's…

Espresso Martini

Espresso Martini was created in London's Soho in the and with modern day's obsession with coffee it is as popular as ever.

http://healthinfographics.wordpress.com/2012/09/21/cocaine/ |  Cocaine was the drug of choice in the disco era of the 80′s, fuels the economy of at least one Latin-American country. And was once an ingredient in that most American of soft drinks, Coca-Cola. This infographic looks at the history of Cocaine and its lasting popularity.  |

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Vodka Drinks | Midnight Mixologist

oz dark rum oz vodka 3 oz orange juice shake with ice and strain.

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24 Really Popular Blue-colored Cocktails That Will Mesmerize You

America’s best bartenders are bringing back long island iced teas, amaretto sours and more classic cocktails. Read more at Food & Wine.

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