Lion’s Tail
The lion’s tail was first written about in the Cafe Royal Cocktail Book in 1937. It’s unclear whether the author, William J. Tarling, created the drink but most likely not because of the scarcity of bourbon during the time. Just four years after the end of prohibition, bourbon was still hard to come by.

Allspice dram, or pimento dram, is a liqueur of allspice berries and sugar soaked in rum. With notes of cinnamon, cardamom, and of course allspice, it tastes like Christmas. It’s very strong and can easily overpower a drink so cocktails often call for small amounts to play a subtle role. (Spirits/Cocktails)