Daiquirí

Daiquirí (daikiˈɾi) is a small village, 14 miles east of Santiago de Cuba. It became a focal point of the United States invasion of Cuba in the Spanish-American War. ==Overview== Spanish General Arsenio Linares y Pombo ordered the area from Daiquirí to Siboney fortified in anticipation of U.S. disembarkments there. On June 20, 1898, U.S. Navy ...
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Daiquiri

Daiquiri (iː; daiquirí dajkiˈɾi) is a family of cocktails whose main ingredients are rum, citrus (typically lime juice), and sugar or other sweetener. The Daiquirí is one of the six basic drinks listed in David A. Embury`s classic The Fine Art of Mixing Drinks. In the book, he also suggests some variations. ==Origins== The name Daiquirí is ....
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daiquiri

rum cocktail noun a cocktail made with rum and lime or lemon juice
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Daiquiri

A cocktail prepared with rum, lime, and sugar. Daiquiris are also made with fruit. Frozen daiquiris are made by adding crushed ice and fruit chunks and pureeing them in a blender.
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Daiquiri

Daiquiri is a cocktail made from white rum, grenadine and lemon juice.
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daiquiri

[n] - a cocktail made with rum and lime or lemon juice
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