The French Martini was invented in the 1980s in a Keith McNally′s New York City bar. The key ingredient that makes it a "French" Martini is the inclusion of a raspberry liqueur that has been produced in France since 1685.
The Screwdriver is a popular alcoholic highball cocktail made with vodka and orange juice. The basic drink is just the two ingredients, but there are many variations. It is an official International Bartenders Association cocktail and it is suggested that its name derives from the original tool used to stir the drink, a screwdriver!
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!