If all drinks were named after cities smashed in WWII, getting tanked would be a somber affair indeed. Don’t fight this delight from Morgan Bigley at Foundry on Elm in Somerville, Massachusetts. The Davis Square spot exudes New England charm and channels taverns of days gone by — perfect for swapping war stories.Le HavreServes oneIngredients1 oz. brandy1 oz. green Chartreuse1 oz. fresh lemon juice½ oz. simple syrupOrange bitters (Fee Brothers is best)1 lemon wheel1. Combine brandy, green Chartreuse, lemon juice, and simple syrup in a shaker filled with ice.2. Add three dashes of orange bitters and shake vigorously.3. Strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with a lemon wheel.Foundry on Elm, 255 Elm Street, Somerville (617-628-9999 or foundryonelm.com). Photo: Courtesy of Foundry on ElmStill thirsty? We’ve got more recipes to wet your whistle.