Sally Draper's Cocktail Cheat Sheet

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    (See also: "The Usual, Mommy?")

    This is reprinted in the book Mad Men:The Illustrated World.

    I wish I could say this was thoroughly researched and every drink here was mentioned on the show, but they're not. About half of them have been in the show, the other ones are just gross and of the period (particularly the "Pink Lady").

    Apologies to true mixologists-- all recipes were pulled from the internet and may not be "the best" or "most historical" recipes.

    Holy cow! This one got 6000+ views in one day! It's beaten Joan and the Xerox for most popular by two grand!

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    ** I can not allow downloads or sell merchandise (i.e. prints of these illustrations) of any kind due to Lionsgate enforcing their copyright. **

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    1. [Adam Baker] 68 months ago | reply

      This is whole series is brilliant!

    2. MelissaS 68 months ago | reply

      I really love this for a party.

    3. corsakti 68 months ago | reply

      god this is so perfect

    4. Dyna Moe 68 months ago | reply

      When this breaks 20,000 views I'll draw a sequel with new cocktails.

      (I had said 15,000 but that happened too fast)

    5. czelticgirl 68 months ago | reply

      This is absolutely wonderful. Your entire set is great!

    6. JennyYo 68 months ago | reply

      the. best. ever.

    7. Andreia Tiemi 68 months ago | reply

      Awesome illustration!!!!!
      I love the colors!

    8. bobtiki 68 months ago | reply

      That is nine different kinds of awesome. Well done, Miss.

    9. Ashley & Matthew Hemingway 68 months ago | reply

      What font are the drink titles?

    10. Dyna Moe 68 months ago | reply

      It's not a font. The lettering on the titles is hand drawn in Illustrator based on a vintage magazine headline.

    11. rfreebern 68 months ago | reply

      SO MUCH awesome!

      -sarah

    12. Eudaemonius 64 months ago | reply

      Nice posting. If you like these old cocktail postings I have some too! Tag search cocktail on my name. Also, more food postings at www.bluemarblebount.blogspot.com. Thanks for posting these, nice to see the past preserved.

      R-

    13. lesleyhyphenanne 58 months ago | reply

      Your cheat sheets (and illustrations in general) are absolutely fantastic. I hope it is okay with you, but I have them included in a blog post - with full credit and links, of course. fashionablepeople.wordpress.com/2009/07/09/the-new-dior-a...

    14. SecondhandHounds 57 months ago | reply

      I love all of your illustrations Dyna!

    15. melissarogers 56 months ago | reply

      I think it was a good choice to go with real usable cocktail recipes and not actually Sally Draper's recipes, although those would be fun to read. I think her Bloody Mary was 12 oz of vodka with a splash of tomato juice.

    16. worthylakepix 56 months ago | reply

      love this - planned on buying it when i 1st saw last year but never did ... now baby girl is due in 3 weeks and i soooo want to get this as a poster for her room but can't see it on zazzle ... help! btw, used to live in nyc and take classes at ucb and come see you in shows all the time - so talented ... now i am but a hausfrau in zurich, switzerland ... sigh ... but i have started teaching a little improv here and there .... they need help here ... no one is doing it (in english at least ...)

      keep up the great work -

      kristen vermilyea
      www.kristenvermilyea.com

    17. TheChefDePlunge 55 months ago | reply

      Can you sell this as a laminated place mat? I would buy it!

    18. Dyna Moe 55 months ago | reply

      Due to legal action from Lionsgate, I can not sell any merchandise of any kind.

    19. Monimania 54 months ago | reply

      Ok I am in LOVE with this!!!!

    20. "eat at joe's" 45 months ago | reply

      Loving the 1950's look :-D)

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