A modest kiosk located on the Pikachos stone of Santa María del Mar beach was born 36 years ago. Over the years, the establishment, which is now in the hands of the owner’s son, reinvented itself. Therefore, the approach of Cádiz and its stones was very interesting for us. People tend to jump from the stones, and one of the most peculiar jumps is known as the corkscrew (in Spanish, “tirabuzón). On the other hand, “Con las bombas que tiran los fanfarrones, se hacen las gaditanas tirabuzones…”, is a very popular song that refers to the moment in which Napoleon troops were unable to enter Cádiz. In this case, the word “tirabuzones” means curls, as the women of the city used to use the shrapnel from the French guns to curl their hair. The brand concept becomes much more local with this reference.