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Crisp, light and refreshing. Delicately simple yet with perfectly balanced complexity of flavours. Grind white caster sugar in a mortar and pestle to
Your choice of honey and indeed rum will greatly affect the flavour, and indeed the success of the finished cocktail. More flavoursome honey demands a
When well made, this Cuban cousin of the Mint Julep is one of the world's greatest and most refreshing cocktails.
This 6:2:1 (6 parts rum, 2 parts lime and 1 part sugar) Daiquiri recipe emerged after an afternoon's Daiquiri experimentation with five of the UK's most
Classically tangy Daiquiri sweetened with pomegranate syrup and a splash of maraschino.
A Daiquiri made with flavoursome honey in place of sugar, or a Bee's Knees with rum in place of gin. However you view this, it's damn tasty.
Light and refreshing. No one flavour predominates - sweet and sour are in harmony with the rum.
A subtley orange twist on a classic Daiquiri.
Perhaps best described as being a Trinidadian Daiquiri due to its heavy use of Angostura Bitters. Obviously, it would also have originally been made with
If there is such a thing as a 'Rum Aviation', then this is surely it. The proportions of the original 1935 recipe stipulate equal amounts of maraschino
This Daiquiri is particularly delicate in its balance between sweet and sour.
This classic salmon-pinky drink perfectly combines and balances the light rum with the rich sourness of lime juice and the sweetness of pomegranate syrup.
A Daiquiri-like drink made in the style of a Caipirinha.
Made to the easy-to-remember 3:2:1 Daiquiri countdown formula (3 parts rum, 2 parts lime & 1 part sugar), this balanced and limey daiquiri suits a more
A Daiquiri with subtle orange notes, but far from being a mere Orange Daiquiri.
Smooth and balanced with great rum character. Lime fresh and fruity sweet.
Rich flavoursome honey replaces sugar syrup in this natural Daiquiri. Try experimenting with different kinds of honey. We favour orange blossom honey.
Reminiscent of a Martinez but a tad lighter.
A fresh-breath-tastic riff on the classic Daiquiri.
A short, concentrated Mojito.
Exactly as it says on the tin: a classic Daiquiri with a fruity splash of freshly squeezed orange juice.
A Daiquiri with the addition of a dash of triple sec and maraschino.
A rum-based variation on the White Lady, with zingy citrus and aromatic maraschino.
A smooth, sweet Daiquiri with flavoursome rum.
Faint sweetness balances a spirituous bite in this delicately fruity rose-red bite-sized cocktail.
Maraschino cherry liqueur flavours this finely balanced golden rum based Daiquiri.
A melange of Mediterranean fruit.
What hot Cuban summers are made for.
Rum based twist on the ubiquitous and very tasty Espresso Martini.
Reminiscent of concentrated Mojito.
A combination of the El-Presidente and Negroni. A cocktail on the bitter side of bittersweet which is perhaps best served on-the-rocks.
This rum based Tom Collins is basically a long Daiquiri with soda.
The quality of the pomegranate syrup will make or break this delicate Daiquiri.
A delicately fruity orange riff on a Daiquiri.
Nicely balances sweet and sourness.
Basil adds dry vegetal notes to a Canchànchara (honey) Daiquiri.
For those seeking the shaken version previously above: Glass: Coupe Garnish: Orange zest twist How to make: SHAKE all ingredients with ice and fine strain
Basically a lemon honey Daiquiri or a lemon Canchànchara - very tasty it is too.
Sure to warm and fairly good.
Rum, vermouth, lime and orange combine in this juicy fresh golden cocktail. It's relevance to Fort Lauderdale is yet to be revealed to us.
Blend with too much ice and you will have a tasteless slushy drink that will give you brain-ache if you drink it too fast. However, made correctly and
Basically a frozen rum margarita.
Makes strawberries and cream appear very dull.
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