|2||oz||Rye (or Bourbon)|
|1||sli||Orange (as garnish)|
|1||Maraschino cherry (as garnish)|
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
- Bourbon flavor surprisingly subdued. Good intro to whiskey. Good whiskey drink for non-whiskey drinkers.
- With my homemade (not very sweet) grenadine, this wound up being dominated by the lemon juice and 100-proof rye.
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