buck's fizz

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a mixed drink containing champagne and orange juice


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6 TO SERVE Pip serves Buck's Fizz any time of day, but particularly recommends it with Gale's Brunch menu, served after 11am on Sundays.
There will be a buck's fizz three-course lunch on board for the outward journey.
In 1989 Shelley Preston left the group to pursue a solo career and Buck's Fizz continued for four years as a trio.
Amid a certain amount of acrimony, Mike returned to launch his own version of Buck's Fizz with David Van Day, Lianna Lee and Sally Jacks.
A LADY hunt master who got drunk on glasses of buck's fizz at a morning cycle ride and later threatened to punch a policeman was jailed yesterday.
Trouble At The Top (BBC2, Thursday) may have been reviewed on this page before, but this week's look at the trials and tribulations of a postfamous Buck's Fizz has to be the funniest programme on television in the last seven days, with the exception of The Office (repeat, BBC2, Monday).
However, Van Day, under the impression that his input constituted a partnership, formed a rival Buck's Fizz with founder member Mike Nolan, and two outfits toured the country for four years until the row was heard in the High Court.
He says he wants to mould a band that will be a cross between former Eurovision winners ABBA and Buck's Fizz - with a bit of Irish magic thrown in.
Buck's Fizz was first mixed as a cocktail in the Twenties by Herbert Buckmaster at his London club.