Miss Lady Lace

Perth's very own pinup queen, burlesque artist, producer, & blogger.

Friday’s Vintage Cocktail!

Hello lovelies!

The weekend is here, and I’m so very excited to be sharing with all of you my Friday’s Vintage Cocktail blog post! On Friday’s I share a fabulous true vintage or true vintage inspired cocktail with you all to celebrate the weekend being here! As always please be sure to drink responsibly and if any younger readers come across this, be sure to abide by your states drinking laws.

I’m actually a little extra excited for this week’s blog as tonight The Perth Pinup Community have a Pinups Night Out where we’ll be going out together! I’m having a few pinup friends over for pre-celebration catch up, so I’m making today’s drink a punch to share with them!

As a good host I’ve spent the day tidying, picking out records, prepare a few light canapés and putting together tonight’s cocktail! I really love to create an atmosphere, I love finding the right music, and lightings some candles. I’m also excited as I’m finally using a vintage punch bowl a friends gave us for our engagement!

For today I’m featuring the fabulous Gin Party Punch which is recipe from a 1960’s book! Get those tunes playing, and surround yourself with beautiful company as we enjoy this week’s drink!



  • 3 cup of orange juice.
  • The juice of 3 lemons.
  • 4 jiggers of grenadine.
  • 3 cups of gin.
  • A bottle of soda water.
  • 2 trays of ice cubes.
  • Fruit, I used chopped strawberries and a tin of cocktail fruit.


  1. I first put the fruit into the punchbowl with the gin to allow it to infuse.
  2. I then added squeezed the lemon juice and added this into the bowl, with the orange juice, ice cubes, and finally topped this with soda water mixing it all together with a wooden spoon.
  3. Enjoy with glamorous friends!


I’m writing today’s review very quickly as I have company joining me in just a few minutes so I’ll likely come back to this and re-edit for a full review. I love this cocktail though, its like and fruity with almost a yogurt like flavour. It’s fizzy, and full of fruit which I simply adore! I really hope my guests will be enjoying it soon too!


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