Japalac was the name of a type of quick-drying gloss stain and varnish.
Combine all in shaker, add ice, and shake vigorously. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with an orange twist.
First appeared in Albert Stevens Crockett's Old Waldorf Bar Days (1931).
- Burnt Fuselage — Orange liqueur, Dry vermouth, Cognac, Lemon peel
- American Beauty — Cognac, Dry vermouth, Ruby Port, Green Crème de Menthe, Orange juice, Grenadine
- Artist's Special Cocktail — Rye, Sherry, Redcurrant syrup, Lemon juice
- The Dandy Randy — Brandy, Limoncello, Dry sake, Dry vermouth, Aztec Chocolate bitters
- Brix Layer (variation) — Red wine, Bourbon, Triple sec, Bitters, Simple syrup, Orange juice, Lime juice, Lemon juice
- The Pontchartrain — Bourbon, Tawny port, Peychaud's Bitters, Absinthe, Lemon juice, Grenadine
- Squeaky Peat — Palo Cortado Sherry, Scotch, Grapefruit liqueur, Grapefruit peel
- O'Gara — Tennessee whiskey, Tawny port, Cynar, Lemon juice, Simple syrup
- Spinning Away — Brandy, Dry vermouth, Herbal liqueur, Licor 43, Bitters, Lemon juice, Orgeat
- License To Drive — Sherry, Cappelletti Aperitivo, Rye, Bitters