Hazy Daiquiri Days
National Daiquirí Day is on 19th July so what is a daiquiri? where was the daiquiri invented? and how to make a hazy daiquiri. Did you know that Daiquiri also the name of a beach and an iron mine near Santiago de Cuba? Legend says that the drink was invented by an American mining engineer named Jennings Cox. Another theory is that US Congressman. William A. Chanler, who purchased the Santiago iron mines in 1902, introduced the daiquiri to clubs in New York. We received a sample of Foursquare Spiced rum from Craft Rum Club to make a Daiquiri to celebrate the day.
Did you know?
It was one of the favourite drinks of writer Ernest Hemingway and President John F. Kennedy.
40ml rum Foursquare Spiced
80ml Thatchers Haze Cider
15ml lime juice
10ml Simple Sugar Syrup
Apple slice to garnish
Add a couple of scoops of ice into a cocktail shaker and then pour rum, Thatchers Haze, lime juice and sugar syrup over it.
Screw the cap of the shaker on and shake until it starts to frost outside.
Open the cap and strain mixed drink into a chilled Martini glass.
Slit apple slice and slide it on the rim of the glass as a garnish.
- 40 ml rum Foursquare Spiced
- 80 ml Thatchers Haze Cider
- 15 ml lime juice
- 10 ml Simple Sugar Syrup
- Apple slice to garnish
- Ice cubes
- Add a couple of scoops of ice into a cocktail shaker and then pour rum, Thatchers Haze, lime juice and sugar syrup over it.
- Screw the cap of the shaker on and shake until it starts to frost outside.
- Open the cap and strain mixed drink into a chilled Martini glass.
- Slit apple slice and slide it on the rim of the glass as a garnish.
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