Rye, Maraschino cherry, Lemon juice, Orange juice, Grenadine, Orange
Shake, strain, straight up, cocktail glass. Garnish (or not, as desired).
Vermeire has this as 1/4 gill (=1 oz) rye, 1/8 gill (= 1/2 oz) juices, 1 tsp grenadine. David Wondrich insists on Rye instead of Bourbon.
The earliest I can find in print is Robert Vermeier's "Cocktails How to Mix Them" from 1922, though PDT references "The Cocktail Book - A Sideboard Manual for Gentlemen" from 1915. The drink was evidently created to celebrate the victory of Democrat Martin Lomasney, who ran for the Legislature.
From other users
With my homemade (not very sweet) grenadine, this wound up being dominated by the lemon juice and 100-proof rye.
Bourbon flavor surprisingly subdued. Good intro to whiskey. Good whiskey drink for non-whiskey drinkers.
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