The Tom Collins cocktail was originated in 1876, supposedly as a response to "The Great Tom Collins Hoax of 1874," a popular (albeit silly) prank that would send people on a fruitless chase to find the nonexistent "Tom Collins" in order to stop him from slandering their name. A simple concoction made with gin, lemon juice and sugar, the drink was based on the John Collins (named after its creator), first served in London in 1869.
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