The Commodore No. 2 is quite a bit different than the Commodore [No. 1]
. With only two common ingredients, grenadine and lemon juice, it is amazing that the two share a name. This is evidence that even in the early 1900's
there were probably many bartenders creating drinks and duplicating names - something that is far more common today - but that's okay. This Commodore is the fancier version of the two as it is served in a champagne glass and is an equal blend of bourbon, lemon and cacao. It sounds "interesting" but is one that you may want to check out because it is quite spectacular.