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The Pink Lady was hugely popular in America during the 1920’s and 1950’s. The popularity of the Pink Lady might be explained by the frequently poor quality of gin available.
The cocktail has a fruity sweetness from the grenadine, but the botanicals of a good gin still shine and provide a nice flavour contrast. The egg makes a great foamy top on the pink liquid and creates a spectacular looking cocktail. If you prefer, you can simply skip the egg as it shouldn’t impact the flavour of the drink.
- 4 Shots x Gin (We used Bloom London Dry Gin)
- 1/2 Shot x Grenadine
- 1/2 Shot x Lemon Juice
- 1 x Egg White
Pink Lady Cocktail Recipe
- Pour the gin, grenadine and lemon juice into a cocktail shaker, then fill with ice.
- Shake until the outside of the shaker feels ice-cold.
- Strain the mixture into a jug, discarding the ice.
- Tip the egg white into the shaker and pour in the gin mixture.
- Shake well until the egg white is frothy.
- Pour the cocktail mixture into two glasses.
- Sip and enjoy!
|Gin||4 x shots (100ml)||4.00||£1.80|
|Grenadine||1/2 x shot (5ml)||0.00||£0.05|
|Lemon Juice||1/2 shot x (5ml)||0.00||£0.01|
|115ml||4||£1.99 ($2.43* €2.26*)|
*Based off Open Exchange Rates from GBP total.
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