Articles Tagged: daiquiri

Happy National Rum Day

post iconToday, August 16th, we celebrate rum, the wonderful spirit that is the base of many classic cocktails including the Daiquiri, Mai Tai and Piña Colada. Rum was instrumental in the growth of the American colonies, Australia and was a staple for British sailors until 1970. …Read More

Hemingway Daiquiri

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Hemingway didn’t just write great novels. Papa was a world class drinker. The man does have a Daiquiri named after him, after all. The Hemingway Daiquiri was created by Constantino Ribalaigua at El Floridita, in Havana during the author’s time living there. They say that Hemingway ordered these by the double, giving the drink the nickname “Papa Dobles”. … Read more

Dad’s Dry Daiquiri

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Enchanted Dry Daiquiri

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Daiquiri

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Happy National Daiquiri Day!

Named after the Cuban town in which it was born around the Turn of the Century, the Daiquiri was invented by American miners and Cuban doctors as a way to fight disease. It is from this cocktail that it’s many, more fruity & frozen variations have arisen. Read more

Voodoo Daiquiri

It’ll put a spell on you! Courtesy of Lafitte’s Olde Blacksmith Shop Bar, Bourbon Street, New Orleans.… Read more

Banana Daiquiri

Just because it’s December doesn’t mean that only eggnog is on the cocktail menu. You’ve heard of “Christmas in July?” Well, now Drink of the Week is starting Summer in December by sharing some of our favorite tropical drinks.

Bananas have that tropical flair but are available all year.

This simple banana daiquiri isn’t thick or overly sweet — a common problem with many blended drinks. Instead it’s light and refreshing. Oh, and it doesn’t … Read more

Frozen Daiquiri

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