We introduce you our collection of already-made finely selected Cocktails chosen by our Head of Mixology Fabio Riva and our Chief Sommelier Filiberto Magnati. With the highest quality of alcohol and a premium glass packaging, Le Cocktail is here to revolutionise the cocktail world.

Key features

Easy to use

No training required, just twist, pour and enjoy.

High quality

We use only premium spirits to mix our cocktails.

Sustainably sourced ingredients

Each cocktail is presented in cool glass tubes: environmentally friendly and ecologically sound, featuring sustainably sourced ingredients.


Convenient sizes

Le Cocktails are available in two convenient sizes – 100ml and 750ml.


Sophisticated elegance in a glass

The Martini is one of the most renowned cocktails in the world, served with an olive or a twist of lemon. Typically served in its own namesake “V” shapedglass.


An Italian classic

Recently awarded the Bronze prize at the World Premix Awards, our Negroni is a traditionally made classic Italian cocktail. Made from Gin, Vermouth Rosso and Bitters. Perfectly presented when garnished with orange peel. It is considered an apéritif.

Old Fashioned

The Timeless classic

There are two camps of Old Fashioned drinkers, those who muddle the fruit and those who don’t. We belong to the first camp, as the muddling adds extra flavours. Garnished with an orange slice or zest and a cocktail cherry and traditionally served in an Old Fashioned glass.


Mexican madness

Part of the ‘sour’ cocktail family, the Margarita traditionally consists of three ingredients; tequila, orange liqueur and lime juice, often served in a glass with salt on the rim. Margaritas are mostly shaken and served either straight-up in the eponymous Margarita glass (coupette) or over ice in an old-fashioned glass. They may also be blended with ice and served “frozen”

Mai Tai

The tiki Craze

Mai Tai, the most successful drink from the tiki craze. Bergeron is said to have created his Mai Tai to take advantage of a good seventeen year old Jamaican Rum he had. He often said it was one of the finest drinks he’s ever concocted. He first served it to his friends from Tahiti, who exclaimed “Mai tai roaae” which means “out of this world” or “the best” in Tahitian. “That’s the name of the drink” replied Bergeron.


The Cuban style

Originating from Cuba, where it takes its name after a beach, the Daquiri was made popular during WW2 when rationing made Whisky and Vodka hard to come by, causing the popularity of Rum to soar. A classic Daquiri has 3 simple ingredients: Rum, lime and sugar.

Lychee Martini

The Asian fusion

The ’90s were a decade of “Asian fusion” sour mix still flowed freely and Vodka was the booze of choice, however, one stood out from the rest: the Lychee Martini a mixture of the original Martini with Lychee.

Espresso Martini

For coffee lovers

Espresso Martini made by mixing Vodka and Coffee Liqueur. First made by Dick Bradssel in London for a client who was tired and still wanted to party


A Martini twist

Originally called “Adam’s Apple Martini”, the Appletini is a twist on the classic Martini. With an ultra-sweet flavour, it is usually made by mixing Vodka with an apple-based drink, a citrus is used to balance the taste. It was intended to taste like everyone’s favourite Sour Apple candy


The taste of New York

It is believed that the Manhattan originated at the Manhattan Club in New York. This classic cocktail is a firm favourite with Whisky drinkers. The richness of the Whisky, the delicate sweetness of vermouth combined with the bitters balance it all out. It is considered a strong cocktail due to its alcohol content.


The spring drink

Created by Dick Bradsell, in the 1980’s, the Bramble is considered a Spring drink. Light in flavour and vibrant in colour.


The father of Martinis

Martinez is often named as the father of all Martinis.  Originally made using Genever as Gin had not been created.It is an old drink with a sophisticated yet balanced taste.


The Cosmo

There are varying sources as to the origin of the Cosmopolitan, our favourite being the addition of cranberry juice to a Kamikaze which the first taster stated, “How Cosmopolitan”. Also referred to as a ‘Cosmo’ using Vodka, cranberry, lime and Cointreau.


Grandfather of Aperitif

Mi-To is the grandfather of all the apéritif cocktails. Mi-To is a shortened form of the origin of the ingredients Milano (Campari) -Torino (Vermouth). The Mi-To is considered the basis of all apéritif cocktails.