Tomato Juice Cocktail
canned tomato juice, Worcestershire Sauce, and celery salt
The only drink in this list that contains no alcohol, the Tomato Juice Cocktail emerged in the 1920s as a hangover cure. That fashion inevitably led to the Bloody Mary.
The recipe shown, above, is from the 1929 Prohibition-era book “Here’s How Again!” by the pseudonymous Judge Jr. As you can see, the drink is just chilled tomato juice from a can, with whatever additional seasoning you like, Worcestershire sauce being a convenient all-in-one solution.
Oxford Companion to Spirits and Cocktails, p. 734; barware icons courtesy of Haus Alpenz