Originating in the 17th century the word ‘cocktail’ referred to an animal, usually a horse with a docked tail. When entered into a race, a horse would be judged as to its breeding on its tail. If it was a mix it was commonly referred to as a ‘cock-tail’. By the 18th century, the association of a mix was transferred to alcoholic beverages, where a mix of alcohol was referred to as the cocktail.
With over 50 cocktails to sample, from the most popular cocktail in the word – The Cuban Classic Mojito – to our selection of Bellini’s, Martinis or our renown Martini Espresso – there’s no better fun than working through Lorenzo’s cocktail menu!