Moscow mule - Wikipedia — "I just wanted to clean out the basement," Price would say of creating the Moscow mule. "I was trying to get rid of a lot of dead stock." The first one he mixed he served to the actor Broderick Crawford. "It caught on like wildfire," Price bragged.
Tom Collins - Wikipedia — In August 1891, British physician Sir Morell Mackenzie wrote an article in the 19th century influential magazine Fortnightly Review claiming that England was the originating country for the Tom Collins cocktail and a person named John Collins was its creator. In the article, Mackenzie quoted an old song, the title of which he indicated to be "John Collins." However, the British weekly magazine Punch immediately disparaged Mackenzie's efforts, noting in August 1891 that the title of the song actually was "Jim Collins" and that Mackenzie otherwise inaccurately quoted and characterized the song.
Most Inspired Bartender - The Tasting Panel Magazine — WINNER: Bryan Dayton (Boulder’s Oak at Fourteenth) shook the Thai-inspired gin with Colorado blackberries, fresh lime and pear juices, a fresh-made sage simple syrup, and yellow Chartreuse in something he dubbed the East Collegiate Peaks cocktail.