Seven seasons later, and it’s time to say goodbye to AMC’s Mad Men. The final season premieres on April 5, bringing the 1960’s era television show to a close.

While you’re wiping away tears (we know we will be), ring in the final season in a way that would make Don proud—with lots of booze.

In the spirit of all things Mad Men, watch this season with a 60’s era drink in hand. Here are seven cocktails to toast The End of an Era.

1. Classic Martini

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While James Bond was ordering his shaken, Roger Sterling was sipping this classic cocktail way before it was 5 o’clock somewhere. Pretend you’re a partner of a major New York advertising firm and raise your glass to one of the classiest drinks out there.

2. Grasshopper

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This creamy, minty cocktail was a favorite among housewives like Betty Draper. Sip on a grasshopper and kick it 60’s style.

3. Tom Collins

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Back in season two, Don teaches a young Sally Draper how to mix a classic Tom Collins. Now it’s your chance to learn. Gin, lemon juice, sugar and a cherry on top will have you drinking like a mad man.

4. Gimlet

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This straightforward, fruity cocktail is none other than gin and juice—lime juice, that is. Channel your inner Betty and throw back one of these classic gin gimlets.

5. Blue Hawaiian

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A blue Hawaiian will transport you back to the opening of season 6, when Megan was sipping one at the beach. This tropical drink is a dangerously sweet blend of rum, vodka and blue curacao.

6. Bloody Mary

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Drink this ultimate bloody Mary the morning after, preferably during a company meeting. Hangover- meet vodka and tomato juice. Add a celery stick and you get your daily dose of veggies too.

7. Old Fashioned

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Of course, the most iconic 1960’s drink and Don’s all-time favorite is the old fashioned. Grab some bourbon and raise your glass to 7 seasons of Mad Men, and an immeasurable amount of cocktails.

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