According to Punch, this tasty and tangy cocktail is credited to world traveler Charles H. Baker Jr., who in his later years settled down near Pan Am's first international airport. After befriending several Pan Am pilots, he whipped up this drink—a bracing mix of apple brandy, lime and grenadine, plus a dash of absinthe—and said the cocktail hailed "from the notebook of one of our pilot friends." It's long been a sleeper favorite among bartenders, but it's been showing up more and more on menus across the country. Now you can make one for yourself.