A bar in New York City known as P.J. Clarke's was one of the establishments that Frank Sinatra frequented the most.
In point of fact, the singer was a master mixologist in addition to being a frequent consumer of whiskey.
Sinatra, along with other notable members of the Rat Pack, was instrumental in making the Rusty Nail the drink of choice for the sophisticated drinker.
Due to the fact that it had been in the public eye for a number of years, the cocktail eventually became obsolete and disappeared.
As of today, it is still a relatively unknown option, and because not all bars carry Drambuie,
it is possible that the Rusty Nail will not be available at the watering hole that you frequent.
In spite of this, it is still something that should be crafted.