The Rumpus Mojito was definitely not a mojito, nor was it flavoured with pomegranate let alone two powerful, aged rums. Instead it was slightly fizzy, light and citrus and rather than the strong taste of Bacardi, there was the bitter taste of disappointment.
The Rumpus Rumble was, I'm sorry to say, equally disappointing. A limp, fizzy and fleeting flavour of not very much.
Determined not to waste our booking with an undeniably great view and setting we got in another round. This time selecting some champagne based cocktails: A Red Rum Royale of Diplomatico Exclusive, sloe gin, red currents, vanilla, lemon and Prosecco, and a Classic Champagne composed of Martell, angostura, sugar and PJ Champagne. Admittedly these were a marked improvement, definitely packing a punch and presented beautifully in 1920s champagne coupes.