Imagine sitting outside on a warm day in may, having just enjoyed an opulent dinner, and the questions arises how to finish this meal? With a mocha? With a cognac? Clemens Wenzeslaus von Sachsen, the last arch bishop and prince elector of the city of Trier reputedly decided to try a wine-champagne spritzer, dubbing it a "kaltes Ende" (cool end to the meal). In a comic twist, the drink soon became known as "Kalte Ente" (cold duck) which is still a hugely popular summer bowle drink.