Drink Life Beverages

Cocktails for Remembrance Sunday

Every November, we remember those brave men and women who gave their lives for our country in

We celebrate this day with parades, poppies and two-minute silences, but there is no reason why you

This classic cocktail was invented around the end of the war, with its origins being suggested as

The name refers to the sidecar of the motorcycle an American army captain rode in who used

The name of this cocktail comes from one of the guns used by American and French troops

This drink is perhaps just as fierce, with champagne, gin, lemon juice and sugar syrup making for

World War One soldiers were regularly plied with alcohol in order to treat various ailments and deliver

Officers were the only soldiers permitted to purchase alcohol outside of their rations, however, and the John

Officers were also partial to a sip of cognac, which is why the Japanese cocktail was so

There is no Japanese link to the ingredients – it is believed some Japanese UN representatives were near

This drink is named after Captain Herbert Buckmaster, who served on the front line

After the war, he created the Buck’s Club, where the Buck’s Fizz was the signature

We will always remember those who gave their lives so that we could enjoy ours