Can’t Help Falling in Love. Elvis Presley. 1961

These libations are quickly becoming known as The Roosevelt’s signature cocktails, it’s not just women that can inspire the greatest love songs ever written.

Sweet Little Rock’n’Roller. Chuck Berry. 1959

These lil’ cocktails sure ain’t wallflowers. You’ll find these fruity little numbers
dressed up to the nines and swinging all over the dance floor.

Brown Eyed Handsome Man. Buddy Holly. 1956

“I should never have changed from scotch to martinis”. Legendary last words from a legendary boozer,
Humphrey Bogart. These drinks should satisfy the tastes of the most discerning bon vivant.

Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin On. Jerry Lee Lewis. 1957

If two is company and three is a crowd, then four is most definitely a party. Call on your Rat Pack to help you polish off one of these group serves and get the night rolling.

I Can’t Help Myself. The Four Tops. 1965

By using liquid nitrogen, we have taken the humble cocktail to a new level- alcoholic sorbets, instant shakes, the possibilities are endless.