There is one very simple difference between a Greyhound and a Salty Dog: a salted rim. That single, seemingly benign addition makes a big impact, though. It transforms the sweet-sour sipper into a zesty powerhouse of flavor. Briny and bracing, this extremely easy-to-make cocktail has it all.
Sea Breezes evoke images of Nantucket reds, trips out on the family yacht and East Coast fishing towns circa the 1970s. Originally, though, the Sea Breeze had nothing to do with the sea or anything native to New England. When it first came into existence in the 1920s, it was made with just gin and hibiscus grenadine. By the end of Prohibition, apri...