RECIPE: Frozen Daiquirí For Dessert

July 19th is National Daiquirí Day, honoring a rum drink conceived by a mining engineer on a hot Cuban evening in 1898. Here’s the history of the Daiquirí—named after the town in which it was created—as well as the original Daiquirí recipe. The Frozen Daiquirí never took off the way the Frozen Margarita has. While…
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RECIPE: The Classic Daiquiri & History Of The Daiquiri

[1] No. 2 Daiquirí of the four recipes below. It’s the first variation of the original, created in 1920s Havana (photo courtesy Bacardi Rum). [2] A recent take: the Grapefruit Daiquirí, substituting grapefruit juice for the lime (photo courtesy Ruth’s Chris).   July 19th is National Daiquirí Day. A Daiquirí (pronounced DAK-uh-ree in English, but…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Whozu? Yuzu! Daiquiri! Recipe!

Add tangy yuzu juice to your next daiquirí for an new twist on a classic. You’llneed to garnish with lime, though: It’stough to find fresh yuzu.   July 19th is National Daiquirí Day. While we have a traditional Daiquirí recipe below, the Yuzu Daiquirí is poised to be a new favorite. Buy yuzu juice (an…
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