Pisco brandy, lime juice, sugar, egg white, and bitters: Peru's turn-of-the-century Pisco Sour.
One of the most famous of the whiskey sour variants: rye whiskey, lemon and orange juices, and grenadine—Boston's Ward 8 cocktail.
Whether you call it Brown Derby or De Rigueur, it's still an excellent whiskey sour: bourbon, grapefruit juice and honey.
The Clover Club Cocktail: dry gin, dry vermouth, fresh lemon juice, raspberry syrup and an egg white.
The Hart of Darkness Cocktail: over-proof rum, honey, lime and lemon juices, passion fruit syrup, and soda. And lots of ice.
The Final Ward, the Dernier Mot, and the Asterisk — three ways to spin the Last Word cocktail, with Chartreuse, Maraschino, and your favorite spirit.
The Mojito del Coronado: rum, lime juice, sugar and mint.
The Daiquiri is the quintessential rum sour, and is the first of the classic cocktails to be invented outside the United States.