One of the most famous of the whiskey sour variants: rye whiskey, lemon and orange juices, and grenadine—Boston’s Ward 8 cocktail.
The Mary Pickford Cocktail—white rum, pineapple juice, grenadine and Maraschino. A Prohibition-era rum classic.
Tacky name, delicious cocktail: the Monkey Gland — gin, orange juice, grenadine and absinthe.
The French 75: gin, lemon and sugar, topped with Champagne. Tom Collins in a tuxedo.
Zombie, the rum-heavy precursor to the Tiki era, with hints of citrus, cinnamon and absinthe.
The Three Mile Limit and the Twelve Mile Limit Cocktails: a pair of sours from the Prohibition era.
El Presidente Cocktail: Cuban (or Puerto Rican) rum, dry vermouth and curaçao.
The Jack Rose Cocktail: applejack, lime or lemon juice, and grenadine.
The Prohibition-era Scofflaw Cocktail: rye or bourbon whiskey, dry vermouth, lemon juice, grenadine and orange bitters.