Cognac, orange juice, and Grand Marnier—the Olympic Cocktail, named for the Titanic's sister ship.
The Dubliner, an elegant Irish whiskey cocktail, with sweet vermouth, Grand Marnier and orange bitters.
Satan's Whiskers: London Dry Gin, orange juice, Grand Marnier, sweet and dry vermouths, and bitters.
The Marlene Dietrich Cocktail: Canadian whisky, curaçao, and bitters, garnished with wedges of lemon and orange.
The Bombay Cocktail: brandy, sweet and dry vermouths, curaçao and absinthe.
The Mai Tai: Jamaican rum, light rum, Grand Marnier, orgeat and lime juice. And ice. More ice.
The Leap Year Cocktail: gin, Grand Marnier, sweet vermouth and lemon juice.
The little-known Campden Cocktail — gin, Lillet and Grand Marnier — makes a pleasant, cold splash for a spring evening.
The Vermouth Trilby Cocktail: dry vermouth, Cointreau and bitters, with a whiskey float.
The Countrypolitan Cocktail: bourbon, lime juice, demarara syrup, Grand Marnier and Pama. A whiskey-based alternative to the Cosmopolitan.
The Bourbon Derby: Manhattan-style, with bourbon, Bénédictine, and bitters, or New Orleans sour-style, with bourbon, sweet vermouth, curaçao and lime juice.