SHAKE all ingredients with and strain into chilled glass.
A caraway influenced riff on a daiquiri with aquavit replacing rum. Very refreshing and suited to a summer’s afternoon, or an early evening aperitif.
Adapted from a 2015 recipe by Kyle Webster at Expatriate, Portland, Oregon, USA. Kyles’s original recipe of 2 aquavit, 1 lime juice and ¾ simple syrup (1:1) made from palm sugar.
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SHAKE all ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled glass.
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