A popular drink served at weddings and events and one of only a handful of alcoholic drinks that is considered acceptable to be drunk at breakfast! The Buck’s Fizz is named after London’s Buck’s Club, where it is said to have been invented as an excuse to begin drinking early. Containing fresh orange juice, it’s virtually a breakfast staple!
A Bloody Mary is a vodka based cocktail with tomato juice and other spices and flavourings, and in the United States it is usually consumed in the morning or early afternoon and is a popular hangover cure.
Invented in the early 1900s there are various theories as to the origin of the drink, as well as the origin of its name. As with a lot of cocktails, there are many variations and recipes listed for a Bloody Mary, but tomato juice and vodka are always the common ingredients.
Created by Laurent Perrier, the Rose Memoire is a sophisticated cocktail made with rose Champagne; a special occasion drink.