In the Spanish language, the word fruit is a contraction of the word fiesta, and the word cocktail, meaning fruit cake.
Fruits in Spain can be made with anything from sweet cherries to tart apples to pomegranates, and they’re often topped with whipped cream and fresh fruit juice.
Fruit cocktails are typically served in Spanish restaurants, bars and restaurants, with a dessert of fruit and whipped cream or fruit ice cream.
In the U.S., the term fruit cocktail is commonly used to describe a dessert served at a restaurant or a cocktail bar.
Some bars offer fruit cocktails, while others do not.
Fruit cocktail is a term used to refer to the dessert or fruit cocktail.