Gimlet. Sir T. 0. Gimlette, a British naval surgeon who in 1890 developed the drink as a healthful cocktail.
Grand Marnier. Named (in jest?) by hotel owner Cesar Ritz for a short businessman named Marnier Lapostolle, the inventor of the liqueur.
Mickey Finn. A turn-of-the-century Chicago bartender who served the spiked drink to clients he planned to rob.
Tom Collins. A London bartender of the 1800s who worked at Limmer’s Old House.
Harvey Wallbanger. Named for California surfer Tom Harvey (c. 1970), who would bang into walls after drinking this cocktail.